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    Celebrating World Theatre Day

    March 27th marks World Theatre Day, a celebration uniting stage professionals and audiences worldwide. Since its inception over sixty years ago, this day honors the transformative power of theater.

    Established in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute, World Theatre Day commemorates the opening of the Theatre of Nations in Paris in 1957, symbolizing unity amidst the Cold War divide.

    Each year, a notable figure delivers a message, emphasizing the importance of theater. This year, Norwegian Nobel laureate Jon Fosse highlights art’s role in transcending conflicts and fostering universality.

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