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thespis
lead singer (after father of tragedy)
Prometheus
stole fire from the sun and gave top human(supposedly made first human from clay)
Morality Play
Everyman (15th century)
Oscar Wilde
the Importance of Being Earnest, Ideal Husband, Lady Windemere's Fan, A Woman of no Importance
Edmund Rostand
The Romancers, The Woman of Samaria, Chanticler, Cyrano De Bergerac
Eugene Ionesco
absurdity of the proletariet and the Borgiouse, the Bald Soprano, La Lecon, Les Chaises, Rhinoceros
Tennessee Williams
A Streetcar named Desire (pulitzer 1947), The Glass Menagerie, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Night of the Iquana, The Milk Train Doesn't Stop here anymore, The 7 Descents of Myrtle, In the Bar of the Tokyo hotel, Small Craft Warning
Sophocles
Oedipus Rex(father King Laius), Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone, 497 BC, – 406 BC, Greek tragedians
Aeschylus
Oresteria - Agamemnon, The Cloephoroe, The Eumenides; Prometeus Bound (never found 2nd and 3rd parts to trilogy)(525 BC—456 BC,Greek tragedians
Aristophenes
(satire) Lysistrada, The Clouds (re:Socrates), the Wasps,448 BC – c. 385 BC) was a Greek Old Comic
Henrik Ibsen
A Doll's House, Ghosts, Enemy of the People
Apollo -
(Greek) God of Shepherds and Muses
Dionysus -
(Greek) God of wine and fertility
Poseidon -
Poseidon -
Mercury -
(Roman) God of speed
Vulcan -
(Roman) God of Fire and Crafts
Neptune -
(Roman) God of the sea
Hephaestus -
the god of forge
Hades -
refers both to the ancient Greek underworld, the abode of Hades, and to the god of the underworld.