History of Western Theatre: Greeks to Elizabethans/Lighting

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Most Greek theatre was held during the day, perhaps because of the lack of artificial lighting. Or, since the shows were during the day, there was no need for lighting. When a scene took place at night, it was designated by the chorus or actors. The audience had to use their imagination.