Theatre is the building in which the play is performed. This has a performing space, called "stage," an audience space or "house," and a "backstage" where performers prepare and keep their costumes or props. Some of these buildings are masterpieces of architecture.
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You would call a group of performers something different based on what they are performing, and how many of them there are. For example, a group of performers in a certain type of play could be referred to as a troupe, and a group of 5 musicians in a quintet.
Performers College is a performing arts school that is located in Corningham, Essex, England for students aged 16 and up. Tuition fees are available upon request. Special arrangements can be made for people who have a financial hardship.
as a guess, as long as they want..sometimes performers will leave immediately after a performance..other times, they may stay...for example, if they are performing in or near the hometown, they may stay longer......who knows..