What taxes did the rich in greece pay to promote theater? greek plays were sponsored by the rich citizens who would pay a tax called the blank with the sole aim of becoming popular among the people of greece.
At Athens,Greece, the choregia was a liturgy or public service performed by a rich citizen for the polis. A chorēgos (lit. ‘leader of a chorus’) was responsible for the recruitment, training, maintenance, and costuming of choreutai (members of a chorus) for competitive performance at a festival.
It's only 10 points by the way. It always gets halved.