Elements Of Drama

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Elements of Drama: The elements of drama, by which dramatic works can be analyzed and evaluated, can be categorized into three major areas: literary elements, technical elements, and performance elements. literary elements technical elements performance elements The Elements of Drama
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Literary Elements Plot: the series of events that take place in a play. There are 6 stages in a plot structure : Initial incident- the event that “gets the story going” Preliminary event whatever takes place BEFORE the action of the play that is directly related to the Play Rising action: a series of events following the initial incident and leading up to the dramatic climax. Climax: the turning point or high point of a story, when events can go either way Falling action: the series of events following the climax. Denouement or Conclusion : another term for the ending-it is the French word for “unraveling”).
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Literary Elements Character: a person portrayed in a drama, novel, or other artistic piece. Exposition
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