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soliloquy
character speaking inner thoughts
aside
breaking the 4th wall. talking to audience and coming right back into character
sabina
dialogue
conver between 2 people
flashback
show onstage before the plot from the past
death of a salesmen
plot
happens on stage
story
details, you may not see on stage
dramatic time
time represented on stage
well made play
cause and effect
1 direction
if there is a ? in the beginning the ans. will be at the end
most satisfied bc of no confusion
3 unities
time
place
action
neoclastism
climatic structure
limited # of characters
1 day (plot)
1 location
intense-linear
popular in ancient greece
episodic structure
extensive
cause to effect
does not follow well made play
takes place in episodes
many characters
many locations
convers many years
sub plot
happens in episodic from episodes
tells plot
shakespeare
sub text
there has to be a reason for the statment
non-sequitor
does not follow structure
tableau
like someone took a pic
ex of curtain call
aristotle elements of drama
plot
characters on stage
idea or thought-reason for play
dialogue-share ideas
melody-flow, rhythm, or language
spectacle-think you see
People Call Insects Dirty Mere Spiders
aristolian plot construction
inciting argument-what's the crisis?
rising actions-conflict resolution
turing point-a piece of info that changes the direction
climax- when ? is answered
denouement-falling off unraviling, where the audience comes back down to earth and leaves
I Rather Tell Carol Don't
golden age of greece
5 bce
joseph campbell
basic concerns with ritual
mythology
power, pleasure, duty
satyr
short comedic pieces that make fun of tragedy
1/2 goat 1/2 man
thepis
1st actor stepped outside of chorus
aeschylus
playwright produced 2nd actor
evolution of theatre
wrote legends of muths gods and religions
sophocles
introduced 3 actors
focus: brought humanity when he wrote not just gods, human response
wrote: odepis rex
euripides
conflict between good and evil
human base
numan nature
revenge weakness
wrote: medea
who wrote death of a salesmen
authur miller
low tragedy
common everyday people
there is hope!
high tragedy
royalty prestige
catharis
purging
emotional release
melodrama
you know whose good and evil
good triump bad defeat
suspensful
greek drama
accombied by music
domestic drama
everyday people
hope at end
forward movemnt
like low tragedy
romanticism
expresses human beings the ideal state is they are in in natural state
realism
not good ending
19th century
reality on stage
ibsen
father of realism
norwegien idealist
naturalisn
everything happens on stage no plots
natural
symbolism
symbols speak beyond reality
plant in raisin in the sun
expressionalism
you see world of play through eyes of central character
distorded dramatic grotesque
aristotle elements of drama
plot
characters on stage
idea or thought-reason for play
dialogue-share ideas
melody-flow, rhythm, or language
spectacle-think you see
People Call Insects Dirty Mere Spiders
aristolian plot construction
inciting argument-what's the crisis?
rising actions-conflict resolution
turing point-a piece of info that changes the direction
climax- when ? is answered
denouement-falling off unraviling, where the audience comes back down to earth and leaves
I Rather Tell Carol Don't
golden age of greece
5 bce
joseph campbell
basic concerns with ritual
mythology
power, pleasure, duty
satyr
short comedic pieces that make fun of tragedy
1/2 goat 1/2 man
thepis
1st actor stepped outside of chorus
aeschylus
playwright produced 2nd actor
evolution of theatre
wrote legends of muths gods and religions
sophocles
introduced 3 actors
focus: brought humanity when he wrote not just gods, human response
wrote: odepis rex
euripides
conflict between good and evil
human base
numan nature
revenge weakness
wrote: medea
who wrote death of a salesmen
authur miller
low tragedy
common everyday people
there is hope!
high tragedy
royalty prestige
catharis
purging
emotional release
melodrama
you know whose good and evil
good triump bad defeat
suspensful
greek drama
accombied by music
domestic drama
everyday people
hope at end
forward movemnt
like low tragedy