Death of a theater actor

In front of an audience, your physical decisions need to convey your intent to an audience that’s seated from 30 to 100 feet away or more, if the production happens inside an arena or amphitheater. Contingent upon the size of the theater, the performers need to exaggerate their actions and facial expressions so that the people seated in the furthest most seats in the back can hear and see what is happening on stage. Performing artists can’t express sorrow with only tears in their eyes because only those in the front row will see it.