191 Midterm Study Guide SPR11

191 Midterm Study Guide SPR11 - THE 191 Spring 2011 Midterm...

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Spring 2011 Midterm Study Guide Following is a list of terms that should be helpful when preparing for the Midterm. Some of these terms are taken from the book, some from lectures, some from the “Theatrical Styles” supplement found in the “Course Notes” tab of the Bb page, and some from the Voice Recipe Online tutorial found in the Week 10 folder of the Weekly Units tab on the Bb page. The Poetics Catharsis Aristotle’s Six Elements of a Play: Plot Character Thought Language Music Spectacle Levels of Characterization “Plot” versus “Story” Message Episodic Plot Linear Causal Plot Plot elements of linear casual plots Exposition Inciting Incident Rising Action Climax Falling Action “Drama” versus “Theatre” Genre Tragedy Comedy Situation Comedy Comedy of Manners Tragicomedy Theatrical Styles (from “Theatrical Styles Supplement found in Course Notes on Bb) Agitprop Melodrama Revenge Tragedy
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