TA Lecture 9 (Golden Ages Part 1)

TA Lecture 9 (Golden Ages Part 1) - 5/11/09 Theatre Goes...

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5/11/09 Byzantium Burns, the World Movement (of people, goods, ideas) Military Conflict (Fall of Constantinople) Printing (Gutenberg Press1450 ce) Stability Permanent Settlements Disposable Income
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5/11/09 Territory struggles between various countries—England, Spain, France, etc. Rights of succession between various contenders for thrones Roman Catholic and Protestant factions, protecting their influence,
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Unformatted text preview: 5/11/09 Theatre Goes Pro Education Influx of Classical Examples Increased Urbanism Developments in visual arts and architecture Plays for fun and Profit 5/11/09 Science & Technology The arts benefit from ages of discovery New Social Questions Changing Philosophies Inquiry about the Human Animal Developments in Illumination & Staging Special Effects 5/11/09 Theatre is always a product of its time Remember:...
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TA Lecture 9 (Golden Ages Part 1) - 5/11/09 Theatre Goes...

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