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Performance & Entertainment Doll


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Goal: to captivate and engage audiences through various forms of artistic expression


Find a performance & entertainment doll.


some fun facts

  • The low, distinctive horn sound used in the film "Inception" has become widely recognized and imitated in various other movies and media since its debut in 2010.

  • There's a superstition in the theater world surrounding the Shakespearean play "Macbeth." Many actors and theater professionals believe that saying the name of the play inside a theater brings bad luck. Instead, it's often referred to as "The Scottish Play." This superstition likely stems from the play's dark themes and historical accidents during productions.

  • The original Globe Theatre, where many of Shakespeare's plays were performed, had a unique feature. Its open-air design meant that performances were often held during the day, and if a play continued until evening, the actors had to compete with natural light.
  • The Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Italy, is recognized as the oldest surviving Renaissance theater in the world.
  • Charlie Chaplin, the iconic silent film star, created his famous character, "The Tramp," partially inspired by his own impoverished childhood.
  • The modern circus is largely credited to Philip Astley, an English equestrian who opened the first modern circus in London in 1768. Astley's performances included horse riding tricks and acrobatics, laying the foundation for the diverse acts seen in circuses today.
  • William Shakespeare is credited with introducing over 1,700 words to the English language, including "eyeball," "gloomy," and "swagger." Many of these words were coined in his plays.
  • In the Middle Ages, Mystery Plays were performed across Europe, depicting biblical stories for illiterate audiences. These plays were often performed by trade guilds.
  • Ancient Greek theater masks were designed to amplify the actor's voice and emotions. 
  • During the Elizabethan era in England, women were not allowed to perform on stage. Instead, young boys played the roles of female characters. It wasn't until the 17th century that women began appearing on stage in England.



some personality traits

charismatic | expressive | dynamic | passionate | energetic | creative | adaptable |

confident | charming | vibrant | spontaneous | engaging | theatrical | magnetic |




    some motivations 

    creativity | self-expression | passion | recognition | fame | impact | mastery |

    collaboration | excitement | innovation



    why do people need performance & entertainment dolls? 

    • to provide escapism and temporary relief from the stresses of everyday life

    • to challenge societal norms and provoke thought through unconventional expression

    • to foster a sense of community and belonging through shared cultural experiences

    • to amplify voices and perspectives that are often marginalized 

    • to inspire creativity and imagination

    • to offer a platform for self-expression and personal growth

    • to create employment opportunities

    • to stimulate economic growth through tourism, events, and related industries

    • to document and preserve cultural heritage through performance and entertainment

    • to provide catharsis and emotional release



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