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Theatre 300 1. List the 6 parts of aristotle’s poetics below: Character Thought Diction Melody Spectacle Plot 2. Aristotilian tragedy is is a description of a noble hero’s of heroine’s downfall which is normally through a combination of fate, will of gods, and hubris. I understand that the hero may encounter a tragic event that will limit him from achieving some goal which may be human frailty like reasoning flaws, the gods which may be though oracles or even nature. 3. it is true that pathos is a pursuing of emotion 4. It is false that catharsis is understood as human suffering. 5. It is true that empathy is understood as a shared feeling with one person to another that rises from a place of shared or imagined pathos. 6. It is true that Aristotle was a successful Greek playwright during the golden age of Greece. 7. It is true that dramatic conflict is the source of urgency and excitement that one feels when watching a narrative. 8. It is false that dramatic action is the information provided through the dialogue about past, present and future events. 9. Aesthetic is a set of principles that guide the artistic movements. 10. mise-en-scene is how the stage properties and the scenery are arranged in a play. set design costume location lighting 11. elements of voice style tone word choice
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Theatre 300 substance 12. Verisimilitude is the act of appearing to be real or true. 13. one must 14. Realism is the quality artwork representation of a thing, person, or a situation which may seem to be true. 15. Hyper-realism is the extreme representations of people, things or situations which may seem to deceive the eye. 16. Antirealism is the representation of artworks which are not true or real. 17. digestic sound is any sound that is presented just as it is in its original source that is within the film’s world. 18. non-digestic sound is any sound that is represented as coming from a source outside the story space. 19. melodrama is a dramatic form which does not obey laws of cause and effect and exaggerates on emotions and emphasizes on the plot at the expense of characterization 20. setting questions What is the plot of the story? Does the main character have conflicts at the beginning of the story? What is the mood of the story? 21. environment questions 22. Exposition is information that is not part of a story but is used to explain events, characters and settings. 23. ten parts of Freytag story Climax Rising Action Falling action Denouement Exposition Inciting incident Resolution
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Theatre 300 24. the African grove theatre was founded by William alexander brown and James Hewlett 25. the first African American to write a play was called William brown and the play was called the drama of king shot away 26. The period of antebellum era was in the 18 th century up to the start of American civil war in 1861 .
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