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ReviewTest1 SPTH 290- THEATRE APPRECIATION Study Sheet for Test 1 - Winter 07-08 Chapter One 1. What must there be for theatre to happen? (4 elements) See page 1 2. What are the six essential parallels between theatre and life? See page 6, Graph in the middle of the page. 3. What are the five expectations of audiences? See pages 11-17, (Numbered sentences) 4. What is the Greek word that means “seeing place?” See page 9 5. The great societies first nurtured theatre as a means of gathering citizens together for what three purposes? See page 1 Chapter Two 1. Who are the four Greek playwrights whose works survive? See page 25 2. What are the four major theaters listed under the title, “Western Theatre?” Greek, medieval, Elizabethan, and Proscenium 3. What is the main characteristic of “Bunraku” that sets it apart from most theatre styles? Puppets 4. For what have playwrights expressed concern since the beginning of the Greek festivals? See page 23
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