To be in a theater or auditorium in a dream with dead people is symbolic of having wandered away from the truth, Prov. 21:16-17
To dream about being in a theater means that pleasure will come from impending friendships. Think about how what’s onstage mirrors things in your daily living. See how the actors’ roles relate to you. Maybe you’re assuming a different guise.
To dream that you are laughing or clapping in a theater means that you want to have fun now, instead of concentrating on future success.
To dream about a fire in a theater indicates that you are gambling when taking on fresh endeavors.
Vision: Being in the theater: you still have too many illusions about life and the world.
If you have a part in a play on stage: people are looking at you with a critical eye. Depth Psychology: See Actor, Stage.
To be at a theater, moviehouse, or watching a play means you will attend a social event but will feel out of place there.
Take life a little easier and don t be so dramatic. Vanity, and the need for acceptance, but also a symbol of personal dreams and ideals.
The theater / stage is in some ways the model world for the dreamer. See Actor, Exam / Test.
If you dream of being in an old-fashioned theater, you will have pleasure in the company of new friends. You will probably find that things in your life run quite smoothly shortly after this dream.
If you dream of watching a play in a theatre, one of your male friends is interested in a more romantic relationship with you. You may date him for social reasons, even if you don’t like him that way.
If you dream that you are acting in a play, these happy times will be interrupted by something annoying.
If you applaud and laugh at a theatre, you will avoid responsibility to chase after your whims. Dreaming of being an actor/actress can also mean that you have been dishonest, with others or yourself.
If it’s a pleasant dream, lying has worked in your favor, but it could have bad consequences. Watching actors in a dream means you feel out of control. Meeting an actor warns of a false friend coming into your life.
If you have trouble getting to or from a play in your dream, or if there are upsetting or weird scenes in the play, you will be confronted with unpleasant surprises.
If you have to escape from a theater in your dream, because of a fire or another danger, it is a signal that you will engage in a risky enterprise in real life.
1. A need or desire for emotional catharsis, cleansing.
2. A sense of the “dramatic”; overblown situation or event.
3. Feelings of success in personal affairs and friendships.
To dream that you are attending a theater is a desire to get away from monotony or overwork. It can also be a hidden urge to be more important than you are at present. See Adobe, Actor.
To dream of being at a theater, denotes that you will have much pleasure in the company of new friends. Your affairs will be satisfactory after this dream.
If you are one of the players, your pleasures will be of short duration.
If you attend a vaudeville theater, you are in danger of losing property through silly pleasures.
If it is a grand opera, you will succeed in you wishes and aspirations.
If you applaud and laugh at a theater, you will sacrifice duty to the gratification of fancy.
To dream of trying to escape from one during a fire or other excitement, foretells that you will engage in some enterprise, which will be hazardous.
Theaters may be a metaphor for our physical lives.
To paraphrase Shakespeare, life is a stage and we are merely trying to make the best of it. Maybe in your dreams you are acting out some of your personal issues and concerns. Think about the details of your dream and what is going on in the theater. Is it a comedy or a tragedy? Are you having fun, or are you very uncomfortable or bored? All of these will give you clues in regard to the meaning of based theater dreams.
(see Acting, Costumes, Masks)
Unrealistic fantasies; the desire to escape to a personal imaginary realm instead of facing reality.
Glamorizing or romanticizing aspects of yourself or a situation.
The stage of life itself. Shakespeare once said that all the world’s a stage. So, the movie or show that is playing at this theater is very important to the interpretive value of the dream.
For example, seeing a production of Arsenic and Old Lace might indicate some treachery afoot, whereas seeing Die Hard reveals the development of tenacity’ and courage.