The person who performs an action is called an actor, either through improvisation or based on texts (the work of an author or created through individual and collective improvisations). The actor constructs his work using voice, mimicry and other bodily and emotional resources in order to transmit to the viewer the set of ideas and proposed actions. You can also use technical resources or objects like manipulate puppets, or interpret on the image or the voice of others. Combining his occupation with the director and the rest of the professionals participating in the work, and supported by visual or sound stimuli, he acts in places where public performances are represented through the performances.