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Theater Superstitions - Hauntings

Definition: Ghosts haunt theaters and should be given one night a week alone on the stage.

 

Superstitions: Ghosts haunt theaters and should be given one night a week alone on the stage.

Depending on your theater the stories will change, but there is one specific ghost, Thespis, who has a reputation for causing unexplained mischief. Thespis, of Athens (6th BC) was the first person to speak lines as an individual actor on stage, thus the term "Thespian" refer to a theatrical performer was born. To keep the ghosts of the theater subdued, there should be at least one night a week where the theater is empty, this night is traditionally a Monday night, conveniently giving actors a day off after weekend performances.

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Haunted Theaters

 

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Resources:

  external linkTop 10 Theater Superstitions - Listverse

 

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