For centuries—the dominant symbol used to represent theater and drama has been a pair of simple masks—one is laughing, the other crying—used to show how drama deals in both comedy and tragedy.
Perhaps these masks began as clay masks used by ancient Greek actors performing in celebration of the Greek god Dionysus, the god of wine and parties. In Greek mythology, Dionysus could bring happiness and joy, or sadness and regret.
Or perhaps these masks were Thalia (Comedy) and Melpomene (Tragedy), each the divine muse of their particular form of drama.
Regardless, these masks are now iconic—to wear them is to show pride for the craft of acting and the art of the theater. This is why, at Charm Factory, we make a number of Sterling silver drama charms—so that you can declare to the world how important theater is to you—that you are a thespian—that the theater is in your blood.
Charm Factory makes, among other relevant charms:
We have something for every lover of the theater and also an elegant silver bracelet to which your silver drama charms can be added. Celebrate the duality of human nature—and the duality of the dramatic arts—with one of our Sterling silver drama charms, today.
We also make charms for dance and ballet.