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introlecture4a - Helped establish mood and heighten...

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3 questions 1. Which Tony-award winning broadway musical, about twentysomethings struggling with their place in the world (a world populated by humans and puppets), will now be extended for an off-broadway run ? Avenue Q 2. Who “hijacked” Taylor swift’s acceptance speech at the MTV VMA’s? Kanye West 3. Who had a “meltdown” and threatened a line judge at the US open? Serena Williams
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Inciting incident Point of attack Complications Crisis Resolution Dramatic Structure
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Theatrical experiences Festival theatre Greek Roman medieval
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Greek Theatre Development Greek tragedy Dionysus Thespian Satyr plays dramatists
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Performers Actors Chorus… Formed a collective character who expressed opinions, gave advice and threatened to interfere with action Seemed to express author’s point of view Served as ideal spectator, reacting how the author would want the audience to react
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Unformatted text preview: Helped establish mood and heighten dramatic effects Sang and danced, adding movement and spectacle Supernumeraries musicians Greek comedy Aristophanes Lysistrata Prologue Parados Agon Parabasis Series of episodes komos Roman Theatre Considered greeks to be decadent Ambivalent about drama Plautus, terence, seneca Menaechmi Other roman entertainment Medieval drama 3 phases - early, high and late Trade guilds Corpus christi festival Hrosvitha Mystery plays Morality plays farce Greek, Roman and Medieval Similarities: Occasional Ceremonial Open to all Only male performers Masks Differences: Greek - moral values and significant issues Roman - popular entertainment Medieval - christian teaching...
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2010 for the course THEA 100 taught by Professor Munnell during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Geneseo.

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