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Exam 1 Study Guide - Drama 116 Exam 1 Review Drama: The art...

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Drama 116 Exam 1 Review - Drama : The art of representing for the pleasure of others events that happened or that we imagine happening. - Ingredients of Drama : Characters, action, thought, spectacle, audiences. - Aristotle described drama as the imitation of an action ( MIMESIS ). - Drama has the capacity to hold up an illusion of reality like the reflection in a mirror. Action in drama is not drawn from our actual experience but from our potential or imagined experience. I. Types of Theaters: a. Open ARENA (Greek)- Players got very close to audience., good acoustics. b. Mansions c. Proscenium d. Theatre in the Round e. Thrust II. Egyptian Drama (Likely Inventors of Drama) a. Abydos Passion Play: Story of Osiris who was murdered by Seth, dismembered and body parts scattered all over land, and Isis (wife and sister) gathered his body parts for his resurrection. b. Heb-Seb: Dance, music, and pageantry that celebrate the longevity of the pharaoh and wellness of the land. III. Greek Drama
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course DRAM 116 taught by Professor Strong during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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Exam 1 Study Guide - Drama 116 Exam 1 Review Drama: The art...

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