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THEA 100 – Final Exam Study Guide 1. You are responsible for information on the first and second study guides. 2. Know the significance of the following plays/playwrights: Machinal , Sophie Treadwell Waiting for Godot , Samuel Beckett Bald Soprano, Eugene Ionesco “The Decade Plays,” August Wilson The Rover , Aphra Behn and Raisin in the Sun Lorraine Hansberry 3. Know the definitions/significance of the following terms/names: Character Analysis Realismo Theatre of the Absurd Given Circumstances Machismo Expressionism super-objective Minstrel shows proscenium, thrust and arena stages tactics Paul Robeson motivation Ira Aldridge values Lloyd Richards “Magic Realism” Aphra Behn Margaret Cavendish Lillian Hellman 4. Be very familiar with: He and She, Rachel Crothers
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Unformatted text preview: The Piano Lesson, August Wilson Bitter Cane, Ginny Lim Roosters , Milcha Sanchez-Scott Necessary Targets , Eve Ensler 5. Musical Theatre terms and names: Libretto, lyrics, score, composer, choreography Origins: Vaudeville, burlesque, minstrel shows, opera, operetta Early Book Concept/Contemp Gilbert and Sullivan Rodgers and Hammerstein Chorus Line Irving Berlin Lerner and Loewe Chicago Cole Porter Kiss Me, Kate Bob Fosse George and Ira Gershwin Rodgers and Hart British Invasion Showboat Frank Loesser Andrew L. Webber George M. Cohan Guys and Dolls Stephen Sondheim Pal Joey My Fair Lady Ain’t Misbehavin’ Americana Jerome Robbins Oklahoma! Fiddler on the Roof 6. Review your program and class notes for Word Up....
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