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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


Golden age playwrights
Golden Age Playwrights

  • Thespis

  • Aeschylus

  • Sophocles

  • Euripides

  • Aristophanes



Parados

Theatron


Skene

Parados

Theatron


Skene

Proskenion

Parados

Theatron


Skene

Proskenion

Parados

Orchestra

Theatron


Skene

Proskenion

Parados

Orchestra

Theatron

Altar


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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