Drama. Elements of Drama Plot Characters Language and style Dialogue and stage directions Theatre Symbolism Atmosphere Place and time Irony Themes. In most dramas a narrator is not needed since plays depend on dialogue
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“It was surrounded on three sides by the "pit" in which "one-penny" spectators stood and, at a setback, by an amphitheater three stories high, each having a gallery and seating for "two-penny" theatergoers. While the galleries of the two-penny section may have been partially covered, the stage and the pit were open air. On the fourth side of the stage was an adjacent "tiring" house, where costumes changes were made”
Props: the different items that are used on the stage such as clothes, furniture, tools –etc.