Theater Architecture encompasses the design and construction of performance spaces dedicated to live performances, such as plays, musicals, operas, and dance productions. These spaces are thoughtfully designed to accommodate technical and aesthetic requirements while providing a comfortable and engaging experience for the audience. Key architectural elements include the stage, auditorium, proscenium arch, and backstage facilities. Theater design plays a crucial role in acoustics, sightlines, and ambiance and has evolved through various architectural styles, from ancient Greek amphitheaters to ornate Baroque opera houses and modern, cutting-edge performance venues.