Here are some of the common mistakes I noticed in your Production Critique Papers. Please try
to learn from this and not repeat these mistakes when you write your Second paper. These are in
no particular order.
1. Watch out for switching tenses in a sente
Okay here are the questions for the Greek Theatre Chapter
1. The earliest recorded theatre and drama appeared at public festivals each year. How many
were there and to which God were they devoted? Answer: 3 festivals and was devoted to the God
From the Introduction:
List and briefly define the 2 of the 5 major recurring elements of ritual that are NOT shared with
Answer: Communal bonding of all those present- In ritual, the identifying element is
community. In Western theatre, the iden
Resources for the Spanish Golden Age
1.) Women's acts: plays by women dramatists of Spain's Golden Age / Teresa Scott Soufas,
2.) Three Spanish golden age plays / translated and introduced by Gwynne Edwards.
3.) (Women in golden age Spanish societ
Medea Study Guide
Setting is in Corinth.
Medea is Creons daughter.
Two sons (8 & 10)
3 members of the chorus: all women.
Jason left Medea to marry a princess.
Themis is the daughter of Zeuz.
Books for History of Theatre Research Paper:
1.) Golden Age drama in contemporary Spain: the comedia on page, stage and screen /
2.) The Perception of women in Spanish theater of the Golden Age / edited by Anita K. Stoll
and Dawn L. Smith.
Exam #2 will be given on Wednesday Oct. 9th it is worth 110 points. Students who are well
prepared should have no problem finishing the exam in the allotted 50 minutes. If you are not
prepared it may be a challenge. So I will be available as of 7am for an
Ideas on HOT paper
Topic: Plays and Playwrights of the Spanish Golden Age
Thesis: How did the playwrights reflected society in the Spanish Golden Age from their plays?
Womens Arts: Educated and privileged women of the period tended to write private pages
Bibliography for History of Theatre Research Paper:
1.) Soufas, Teresa Scott. Women's Acts: Plays by Women Dramatists of Spain's Golden Age.
Lexington: University of Kentucky, 1997. Print.
2.) Vega, Lope De, Lope De Vega, Zorrilla Francisc
1.) Opening ParagraphThesis: Playwrights reflected society in the Spanish Golden Age from their plays.
2. Alejandro Coroleu
How Comedia is reflected in society.
3. Micahel J Ruggerio
Structure in society from Comedi
The Spanish Golden Age was an era that focused on the arts. Comedia were one of the
highlights during the age. Besides Comedia being one of the ideas that stood out, plays and
drama that were created during this time also stood out as well