1000 BCE - 146 BCE.
Greek theatre -
They built and created the amphitheaters, these theatres where usually in a dug out in hills, with tired seating around the stage shaped in a semi circle. Majority of plays in Ancient Greece where based upon myths and legends. They somewhat usually involved a "chorus" who commented on the performance.
Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides, where all famous playwriters from the Greek period.
Three conventions are the orchestra, the skene and the audience.