Introduction to Theatre Quiz #1
September 11, 2014 Take Home
Name: Jill Foster_
1.) What are the four theories regarding the beginning of theatre as explored in your text? Explain
each and the person associated with each theory.
MOM: Hey honey, how was school?
MOM: You know I read somewhere that fine stands for freaked-out insecure, neurotic, and
DAUGHTER: What do you expect? I just finished my third exam for the week. Im brain-dead.
MOM: Aaaaaand? Howd
2 December 2014
A Critique on Safe House
Have you ever gone out to lunch with a friend you have not seen in an extremely long
time? That was one feeling I had when I went to see the world premiere of Safe House by Keith
Play: That Championship Season
Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, 242 W. 45th Street
Performances: 6 March 2011-29 May 2011
It was a limited run because of several actors who work on TV shows and movies and a
21 November 2014
MASTER HAROLD and the boys Response
I really enjoyed watching this production. It addressed so ideas and issues that are
relevant or relatable to today. One of the issues within this play is apartheid. The se
Hedda Gabbler Questions
Megan Deeds, Dan Miller, Caroline Austria, Dan Durkin, Ethan Kelly, Jill Foster, Javonna
Layfield, Alondra Roman
1. 3 periods of Ibsens writing, where does Heddas fit?
a. Poetic Epics
b. Protest against social conditions
All My Sons Reaction
When we first started watching All My Sons, I found I needed to rewire my brain a little.
I have seen plays before and I know you have to listen closely, but its not what is common
nowadays and there was some trouble follo
1. 1. According to Theatrical Worlds, Aristotle defined it as the imitation of an action that is
serious and also as having magnitude, complete in itself. In other words, it is a play
featuring specific actions that are sad (or serious) involving characte