I think all of the above would count as "performance"! Maybe not "drama," but people went to the theatres to see these presented in public and audiences did not necessarily draw such a distinction between a play and something like tableaux.
A lot of theatre scholars have expanding ideas of what “performance” is, and I do tend to apply the term liberally. In something like a tableau, actors still appear in costume, follow a series of poses, and enact some kind of scene. There is scenery, props, story, etc.--just not dialogue. Also, since tableaux were often seen in melodramas, it would make perfect sense to see these on a continuum.
I don't know how rigid the categories are, but "other" seems a bit non-descript for things that were heavy draws for audiences. Could they be reclassified later?