Rules of conduct in the theater
It is known that the theater, above all, begins with a wardrobe. The local rules are not too different from the well-known. As a rule, first a man accepts and delivers the clothes to the cloakroom attendant ladies, well, only then his. The man also keeps checks from hangers. They are stored in a pocket, and they should not be turned on a finger. These are the first rules of behavior in the theater, but not the last.
Adult Behavior Rules
The theater is a rather specific and special place, it is not customary to come here in sportswear and jeans. The attributes of men's clothing are a dark dress or suit, a white shirt and tie. Well, the preferred female attribute of clothing is an evening dress.
- The man always comes into the auditorium first, shows the tickets to the controller, then goes to the places, the lady follows him.
- It is very important to take your seats on time. It is possible to enter the box after the lights go out, but you need to get to the orchestra, the amphitheater or the mezzanine no later than after the third bell. It is worth considering that if your seats are in the middle of the hall, it is advisable to take them in advance so as not to disturb people whose seats are on the edge.
- A man should help sit down lady, dropping the seat down. If you have taken a seat, and someone else has not had time and is trying to get through your line, you need to politely skip it, rising from the chair.
- Sitting in a chair should be straight, with peace of mind. You can not fall apart in a chair or sit down on its edge. It is also indecent to throw one’s legs over one’s legs or to spread one’s legs wide apart.
- Using binoculars to treat other people in the hall is considered the height of indecency, so you should not do that. Binoculars are used for viewing only.
- When the intermission or break comes, you can gently take your lady to the toilet room, refreshment room or just warm up, walk around the lobby. Staying in the hall is also possible.
- If it so happens that you are late for the performance, you should not go to your places in the dark, before the intermission it is better to take a place somewhere on the edge or on the balcony.
- When the play ends, the man takes the things and escorts the lady home. He may also suggest that a lady discuss a presentation in a restaurant or in a cafe to continue the evening.
These are the rules of etiquette in the theater. These rules were drawn up and improved, probably, simultaneously with the construction of the very first theater.After all, these places have always been considered a cultural center, a place where true connoisseurs and lovers of art, the cream of society and famous people always gathered. It so happened that the culture and etiquette of the theater largely follow the etiquette of official celebrations and receptions.
Rules of conduct for children
Now consider the rules of behavior in the theater of children, because when there are a lot of them, they can simply drive the crazy head who brought them here to learn the basics of culture or just watch a beautiful and interesting performance.
- The children organize things to rent, throw them over the barrier so that the dressmaker would be comfortable with taking them.
- In the auditorium, everyone comes in quietly and takes turns, sit down in their seats, without disturbing the rest of the audience.
- During the performance, children should not scream and distract the audience.
- You also can not rustle, clap hands or feet, shout out anything.
- You cannot leave the hall until the curtain is completely closed.
- When the presentation is over, you need to calmly, at the command of the head, leave the hall and go to the wardrobe.
- You can not touch the monuments or expositions.
- Children should be organized, first of all, by the leader himself, who should be an authority for them and whom they would all obey.
- The same rules apply to a separate child who came to the theater. Suppose you brought a son or daughter to a theater, their behavior should correspond to the correct behavior of a group of children described above.