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Who wrote" Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe?"
Albee
Who wrote"The Good Woman of Setzuan?"
Brecht
Who wrote" The Hairy Ape?"
O'Neill
Who wrote" The Importance of Being Ernest?"
Wilde
Who wrote" The Cherry Orchard?"
Chekhov
Who wrote" Arms and the Man?"
Shaw
Who wrote" Hernani?"
Hugo
Who wrote" A Doll's House?"
Ibsen
Who wrote" Riders to the Sea?"
Synge
Who wrote" The Lower Depths?"
Gorky
Known as the Theater of Alienation
Epic Theater
Type of drama developed by
Emile Zola
Naturalism
This system used actors who had gained prominence and traveled to various communities with their own companies
Star System
This company was named for the theaters along a route
Theatrical syndicate or combination companies
In this type of drama, a cause or problem is introducted early and the effects are progressively explored
well-made plays
This type of set represented an indoor location
Box set
This type of acting follows the idea that no actor is more important than the others.
ensemble acting
This movement felt the way to truth is through an understanding of human kinds soul.
expressionism
This type of company rotated plays
repertory
This movement did not believe in realistic scenery, preferring abackgrounds that gave a general impression of the mood of the play.
symbolism
This type of theater compelled the audience to face itself
cruelty
This type of theatre performs in any available space and mingles performers and audience
Environmental
This theatre includes women, minorities and ethnic theater, and it came into its own after the 1960s
alternative
This asserts that nothing is good or bad as such, only what human beings attribute to something can make it either moral or immoral.
absurdism
Symbolism started in France
True
Theater of the absurb is an example of naturalism
False (Epic theater)
Konstantin Stnislavsky was an actor, director, and teacher of acting
False (producer, not teacher)
Alexander Dumas wrote surrealist plays
False (well-made plays)
Ellen Terry was an actress who lived during the 19th century
True
This approach to drama was given impetus by the work of Max Reinhardt
Eclectic
Melodrama brought us
Common heroes
Expressionism allows us
to see the play through the eyes of the central character
By today's standards, melodramas promote
stereotypes, a view of women's rights, theatre of cruelty, realistic view of the world.
The following play is an example of absurdism
Waiting for Godot
Jospeh Chaikin was the founder of
Open Theater
Davey Crockett and Jack Tar are examples of
common heroes such as in melodramas
The Living Theater is considered the beginning of the
Off-off Broadway movement
The Duke of Saxe-Meiningen is credited with the idea of
concept of ensemble acting (no actor is more important than another)
Luigi Pirandello's plays are included in the genre of
surrealism
Max Reinhardt advocated that the director should be the one incharge of the ___ of the production.
style
Slice of life technique`
dramatists reproduce real life on stage. No beginning or ending because life doesn't have a beginning or ending