A traditional and classic performing arts symbol. Two masks are shown, one with a smile and one with a frown. The two faces symbolizes the drama found in many stories that are performed in front of an audience. The yin and yang of story (balance). Protagonist and antagonist. The good character (good guy) or the evil character (bad guy). In the Lucas Arts Star Wars story, the force had two competing sides, the light side (Jedi) and the dark side (sixth). Prior to the creation of silicon and other more modern day materials used to make masks, performers would use masks made of porcelain, wood or even paper and tie it around their head with string or ribbon.