Did you know that during Ancient Greek theatre, actors wore masks the entire play? They did this for multiple reasons. The giant exaggerated faces on the masks allowed the audience sitting in the further away seats to be able to see them. It also allowed the male actors to have female faces when playing female roles. Yes, you heard that right. Men played women's roles because women were viewed as dangerous on the stage. SMH. Well, that is another story. Lastly, going back to the big arenas in Greek theatre was performed in, the audience to hear them, there were tiny microphones that projected their voices to be heard by everyone. Interesting, right? I remember learning this in high school theatre and thought it was cool to share. Any thoughts on this?