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Worship of Dionysus. Golden Age Playwrights. Thespis Aeschylus Sophocles Euripides Aristophanes. Theatron. Parados. Theatron. Skene. Parados. Theatron. Skene. Proskenion. Parados. Theatron. Skene. Proskenion. Parados. Orchestra. Theatron. Skene. Proskenion. Parados.

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Worship of dionysus

Worship of

Dionysus


Golden age playwrights

Golden Age Playwrights

  • Thespis

  • Aeschylus

  • Sophocles

  • Euripides

  • Aristophanes


Worship of dionysus

Theatron


Worship of dionysus

Parados

Theatron


Worship of dionysus

Skene

Parados

Theatron


Worship of dionysus

Skene

Proskenion

Parados

Theatron


Worship of dionysus

Skene

Proskenion

Parados

Orchestra

Theatron


Worship of dionysus

Skene

Proskenion

Parados

Orchestra

Theatron

Altar


Worship of dionysus

Altar

Proskenion


Special effects

Special Effects

  • Ekkyklema

  • Deus ex

    machina


Hell mouth

Hell Mouth


Elizabethan language

Elizabethan Language

  • Iambic Pentameter

    • Five metric “feet” of two syllables each

    • One unstressed, one stressed

  • Soliloquy

  • Aside


Elizabethan language1

Elizabethan Language

  • Iambic Pentameter

    • Five metric “feet” of two syllables each

    • One unstressed, one stressed

      “To be or not to be that is the question”


Elizabethan language2

Elizabethan Language

  • Iambic Pentameter

    • Five metric “feet” of two syllables each

    • One unstressed, one stressed

      “Who was that girl I saw you with last night?

      Much bet- ter than the ones I’ve seen

      be-fore.”


Realism important innovators

Realism:Important Innovators

  • Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen

    • Realistic Spectacle

  • Konstantin Stanislavsky

    • Realistic Acting Style

    • Psychological Motivation

  • Anton Chekhov

    • The Cherry Orchard

    • Minimal plot

    • Realistic dialogue

  • Henrik Ibsen

    • Doll’s House

    • Social issues / “Thesis Plays”


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