Chapter15 - The Theater Experience Chapter 15 Dramatic...

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Chapter 15 Dramatic Structure: Climactic, Episodic, and Other Forms The Theater Experience Chapter 15 Dramatic Structure There are many forms that a dramatic structure can take: Climactic Episodic Other forms
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Chapter 15 Dramatic Structure: Climactic, Episodic, and Other Forms The Theater Experience Climactic Structure Characteristics of Climactic Structure: The Plot Begins Late in the Story Exposition Scenes, Locales, and Characters are Limited Construction is Tight Well-made plays
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Chapter 15 Dramatic Structure: Climactic, Episodic, and Other Forms The Theater Experience Climactic Structure Significant Periods of Climactic Structure: Greece—5 th Century Rome—3 rd to 1 st Centuries France—17 th and 19 th Centuries Europe and US—19 th and 20 th Centuries
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Dramatic Structure: Climactic, Episodic, and Other Forms The Theater Experience Episodic Structure Characteristics of Episodic Structure: People, Places, and Events Proliferate
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course THE 26.209 taught by Professor Krupp during the Spring '05 term at Bloomsburg.

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