drama 11-8

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Mechanical Omelette Futures Tightly close loosely AAAXVZZ x 3 (must have some logical reason, the next piece of info will solve the riddle, but instead of progressing to logical conclusion it circles back to the beginning) Style= imitation/immersion/identification Modernist movements Naturalism (Ibsen) Anti-naturalist styles: Expressionism/ Supernaturalism (Stringberg) Comedy of Manners (Wilde)- no conventional mirror to the reality of its times, satire about the society of his time, creates the characteristics of Ernest Epic or Dialectic Theatre (brecht)- Theatre of the Absurd (Beckett) Mimesis: Imitation Naturalism: Verisimilitude Illusionist Minimizes theatricality Epic Theatre: Demonstration Non-Illusionist- it’s a stage, onstage band, how theatre works on us as an audience member, celebrate theatricality Maximizes Theatricality Vocabulary: Style: Epic Theatre Philosphy: Marxism Method: Dialectics Key: Verfremdung Verfremdungseffekt Goal: Demystification- showing us the wires, taking the magic away from the stage
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2010 for the course DRAMA 115 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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