Antigone buried Polynices. This is from the play "Antigone."
How did Haimon kill himself?
He stabbed himself after spitting at his father. He then laid to die holding Antigone.
What did the ladies use to make their sacafice in "Lysistrata?"
A big black wine bowl
When Myrrhine's husband requests to see her what does she do?
She appeals on behalf of her child. She goes and teases him, but they do not have sex.
Who accompanies Everyman to death?
Good Deeds was the only one who could go with him.
The instrument that Tsunemasa played. Gyokei is dedicating a lute in Tsunemasa's honor when the play begins.
This is the love potion that Puck applies to Titania and Demetrius that makes them fall in love with the wrong people.
They put on the show of Pyramus and Thisbe at the end of the play/ (Midsummer) They represent the Chorus.
Rosaura carries this sword that belonged to her father.
This is where Sigismund's father locks him up all of his life. At the end of the play, Sigismund sentences the soldier to the same punishment he had.
An allegory is when ideas are being represented by people; a material representation of a non material thing. This theme is present in "Everyman" written by Anonymous.
A morality play is when characters represent moral qualities. This is seen in "Everyman" written by Anonymous.
The set of Non Drama contains a tree. "Tsunemasa" written by Seami.
Young Indian Prince
The young indian prince was given to Titania as a gift. As a result of this, Oberon becomes jealous. "A Midsummer Nights Dream" written by William Shakespeare.
Bottom is one of the mechanicals whose head gets turned into that of an ass. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" written by William Shakespeare.
Pyramus and Thisbe
This was the play that the mechanicals put on at the end of the play in the kings court. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" written by William Shakespeare.
Richard had a physical deformity which caused him to be so angry which resulted in him murdering everyone due to his anger. "Richard III" written by William Shakespeare.
Murder is willful taking of life with malice. This theme was seen in "Richard III" written by William Shakespeare.
Box containing incriminating letters
This box contained letters that would incriminate Orgon. Tartuffe told him that he would take care of the box of letters, but in the end, he tried to use it against him. "Tartuffe" written by Moliere.
Portrait of Angellica
This portrait causes Don Pedro and Don Antonio to fight because they both wanted to buy Angellica. "The Rover" written by Aphra Behn.
Smaller Picture of Angellica
Wilmore tries to steal this picture of Angellica because he cannot afford her. Another fight breaks out after this. "The Rover" Aphra Behn.
A jewl (locket)
Florinda leaves this with Belvile after her and Valeria tested Belvile's loyalty to Florinda. Florinda and Valeria were in disguise. "The Rover" written by Aphra Behn.
Lucetta's pimp along with Lucetta and her servent steal Blunt's money. "The Rover" by Aphra Behn.
Florinda gives Blunt and Frederick a diamond ring. They are convinced that she is a prostitute. They return the ring once they realize that it was Florinda and they realize they almost raped her. "The Rover" written by Aphra Behn.
The plantation where this story takes place. This plantation is going to be sold and the slaves all auctioned off because the plantation is in dire finacial stakes. "Octoroon" written by Dion Boucicault.
Paul was bringing this mailbag to the house which contained letters that would allow her not to sell Terrebone. Mr. McClosky killed Paul and he takes the letter. "Octoroon" written by Dion Boucicault.
This camera captured the muder of Paul. This camera belonged to Scudder. "Octoroon" by Dion Boucicault.
Geroge and Zoe die on the steamship because Mr. McClosky sets it on fire. "Octoroon" by Dion Boucicault.
Tartuffe give it to Dorine to cover her bosom because “the flesh is weak.” "Tartuffe" written by Moliere.