Sept 10 medieval

Sept 10 medieval - MEDIEVAL DRAMA Monday September 13 2010...

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MEDIEVAL DRAMA Monday September 13, 2010
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Roman Theater Review Copied drama from the Greeks Eliminated the chorus Added music Emphasized dramatic devices such as eavesdropping and identical twins for comic effect Playwrights included Plautus Terrance Seneca
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Medieval Drama The Dark Ages 500 CE-1500 CE
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The Middle Ages The period from 500AD to 1500CE in western history is know as the Middle Ages or the Medieval era. It is sometimes called the Dark Ages
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Liturgical and Vernacular Drama Liturgical Early medieval drama, written in Latin and part of the Mass. Vernacular Drama Later in the middle ages. The language of these later plays was not in Latin, but the everyday speech of the people.
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Liturgical Drama Developed from TROPES Embellishments sung as part of the Mass. Earliest TROPE known QUEM QUAERITIS “Whom seek ye?”
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Mansions
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Miracle Plays Dramatized the miracles performed by the Saints Moved outside of the church Feast of Corpus Christi
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