• Costume: clothes or accessories worn to look like someone else, to evoke a specific time or place, or to fit in with a group or occasion
  • Fantasy: a creation of the imagination; unlikely to exist in real life
  • Historical precedent: a previous act, event, convention, or custom
  • Reality: something that exists or could exist in real life
  • Street performers: entertainers who perform in public areas, including musicians, mimes, magicians, puppeteers, dancers, acrobats, and daredevils
  • Surrealism: an early- and mid-20th century movement in the arts that explored the subconscious to create fantastic imagery; an example is juxtaposing recognizable objects with things that seem to be the opposite (contrast)
  • Symbol: something that represents something else by association, resemblance, or convention, especially a material object used to represent something invisible