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Exam II Study - Drama 115/003 Exam Two Review plays and notes for an overview of the following Fall 2010 Plays Basics of plot character and themes

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Drama 115/003 Fall 2010 Exam Two Review plays and notes for an overview of the following: Plays: Basics of plot, character and themes, especially scenes and speeches discussed in class-- Hedda Gabler- Ibsen (Well Made Play-uses Aristotle elements and letters to reveal a plot twist) Miss Julie-Naturalist play by Stringberg The Importance of Being Earnest- Comedy of Manners by Wilde (exaggerates a Well Made Play), uses epigrams The Good Woman of Setzuan- Bertolt Brecht Waiting for Godot- Theatre of the Absurd by Beckett Topics Basic Cultural Contexts of Unit Two Playwrights Theatre Architecture: Proscenium Stage Playwriting and Performance Conventions of Naturalism and Anti-Naturalist Movements Dramaturgical Features of Unit Two Playwrights Unit Two Vocabulary PRC Production of Fences Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)- Melodrama Enemy of the State (1998)-contemporary melodrama; thrilling sensations; an experience Horror of Dracula (1958)-melodrama Wall-E (2008)- Melodrama example Raging Bull (1980)-naturalism, illusionism Munch, “The Scream” (1893 painting)-expressionism Van Gogh, “The Starry Night” (1889 painting) Kokoschka, “Murderer, the Hope of Women” or “The Tragedy of Man” (1908 painting) Pink Floyd, The Wall (1982)-expressionism Madonna, “Oh Father”
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2010 for the course DRAM 115 taught by Professor Adamdavidson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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Exam II Study - Drama 115/003 Exam Two Review plays and notes for an overview of the following Fall 2010 Plays Basics of plot character and themes

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