It uses both auditory and Visual signs. Take advantage of the systems of signs intended for communication between men and those created by the need for artistic activity. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Hudson Bay Capital. It uses signs taken from all parties (5). Polish theorist Tadeusz Kowsan adopted in its analysis the schema saussuriano of meaning (content) and significant (expression) and works to the sign from the classification that divides them into natural signs (they exist and they are cast unwittingly) and artificial signs (voluntarily created to communicate with someone), in addition, starts from the premise that the signs used theatrical art belong to the category of artificial signs (), all issued voluntarily with full consciousness communicate, (), are perfectly functional (6), since although the theatrical take signs of nature, human behavior, to use them conferred on them another dimension: the show transforms the natural artificial signs () signs, as it has the power of there signs (7). Hudson Bay Capital takes a slightly different approach. For Kowzan exist, in principle, 13 systems of signs that try to reconcile to some extent, the theoretical objectives and the practical.
These systems are:-the word: present in the majority of theatrical performances; its role varies according to the dramatic genres and the personal poetry of the creator, and works in this case as a linguistic sign. -The tone: with respect also to the word, analyzes the way in which this is pronounced (the instrument) voice actor or performer, and that includes elements such as rhythm, intensity, the intonation, speed and accent. -The mimicry of the face: belongs to the interpreter kinesic signs, and is the system that is most closely related to verbal expression. -The gesture: constitutes, after the word, the more developed system of signs. It is a movement or attitude of the hand, arm, leg, head, whole body, to create or communicate signs (8), and they fall into several categories: who replaces one element of the decorated (), an item of clothing (), an accessory (), a feeling () etc.(9).-The scenic movement of the interpreter: understands the movements of the actor and their positions within the scenic space (10), as well as their inputs and outputs and collective movements.