|A genre of theatre.|
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While this tag focuses on what is performed, an additional tag theatre:type=* can describe how the theatre is constructed.
There are many genres of theatre. They show different performances. On some you see actors, on others you can listen to music, others show figures or puppets.
Put all these diversities into the OSM-Data please.
|theatre:genre||drama||A drama theatre.|
|theatre:genre||comedy||A comedy theatre.|
|theatre:genre||opera||An Opera house.|
|theatre:genre||musical||A Musical theatre.|
|theatre:genre||ballet||A Ballet theatre.|
|theatre:genre||philharmonic||A theatre for orchestral performances.|
|theatre:genre||chamber_music||A theatre for soloist or small ensemble music performances.|
Figure or puppet theatre
|theatre:genre||figure||A figure theatre.|
|theatre:genre||puppet||A puppet theatre.|
|theatre:genre||marionette||A theatre with figures hanging on strings.|
|theatre:genre||shadow_play||The figures are shadows.|
Other types of theatre
|theatre:genre||boulevard||A boulevard theatre.|
|theatre:genre||political||A political theatre.|
|theatre:genre||magic||A magic theatre.|
|theatre:genre||variety||Theater with a series of different types of acts, such as singing, dancing, and comedy, in the same show.|
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