What’s physical theater? It’s “performance that mixes a lot of different styles of acting,” says Brian Rott, artistic director of Quasimondo, Milwaukee Physical Theatre. That includes elements of dance, puppetry, live music and even circus – clowns included. The troupe, founded by Rott and collaborator Jessica Miller earlier this year, staged its first show in June. Titled Paper and Plastic, the play had no dialogue, and Rott was skeptical about how Milwaukee would react. But he says audiences were receptive, even boisterous. The troupe’s second play, The Seagull 3D, opens Oct. 5 in the group’s Fortress building studio (100A E. Pleasant St.).