Iphigenia in Aulis Worksheet
1. What has Agamemnon been doing in his tent most of the night?
2. Why is Agamemnon having second thoughts? What action is he questioning?
3. What happens to the letter?
4. What is the main pretext for the military force to be
Review Terms for Survey Exam #1
What is Art? Instructors Definition from lecture
Is Organization the Key to Creativity?
Why is there an inherent tension between the Intuitive and Cognitive Functions of Art?
What does the artistic process balance?
STUDY GUIDE FOR Elephant Man
1. Who wrote the play?
2. What type of stage is the Buschman Theatre?
3. What is John Merricks real name?
4. Where was he born?
5. Was he born with deformities?
6. What did his mother blame for Merricks acute disorder?
Review Terms for Survey Theatre Exam # 2
Exalted Humanism Man is the Measure of all things
Deus ex Machina
Greek Chorus what were the functions of the chorus?
Major Tragic Playwrights and their contributions
Aeschylus - What d
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
By Stephen Sondheim Plot Summary
In ancient Rome, some neighbors live in three adjacent houses. In the center is the house
of Senex, who lives there with wife Domina, son Hero, and several slaves, including h
Study Guide for Streetcar Named Desire
Blanche DuBois: Neurotic central character who lives in a fantasy world of Old
South chivalry but cannot control her carnal desires.
Stella Kowalski: Blanches down-to-earth sister who seems satisfied wit
Review for Survey EXAM #3
Charles I and Charles II
Women on the Stage?
1642 to 1660
Hierarchical Structure of Society in England
Marriage a necessary misfortune
Zeitgeist of the Restoration
Study Guide for Arthur Millers The Crucible
1. How does each of these themes resonate in the play?
a. Intolerance The Crucibleis setin a theocraticsociety,in whichthe
churchandthestateareone,andthereligionis a strict, austereformof
Review for Survey Final 2012
Hubris and Punishment
Capricious (for the rest of your life/ unpredictable) gods They kill us for their
Catharsis- relief and joy, tears and grieving
Tragic Flaw- character flaw, the one thi
What went on during the turn of the FIRST millennium? The Year 1000
EVERYMAN-The typical Medieval
We would recognize our Medieval brothers
Lived on a simple, wholesome, low fat diet
Lived in a green, unpolluted SILENT countryside
Illiterate- And Proud o