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  1. "seeing place"
    Theatre
  2. "the dancing place"
    orchestra
  3. ritual of performance
    - has ability to entertain (to hold emotion)
    social contract
  4. god of fertility (music and dance), wine, sex, drugs, rock and roll
    Dionysus
  5. hut, little house, shed
    -where they change clothes and go
    skene
  6. infront of platform
    pro-skene
  7. 3 actors, 15 (all men)
    characters were heros, kings, quens
    issues about honor, justice
    man vs man
    mankind vs fate(gods)
    tradegy
  8. turning point
    catastrophe
  9. funny song
    3 actors
    chorus of 24
    myth, legend, history
    local
    lived celebrities
    comedy
  10. philospher 335 B.C.
    Aristotle
  11. exposing things you need to know
    exposition
  12. plot
    character
    language
    theme
    specticule
    music
    aristotle's elements of theatre
  13. 450-388 BC
    Aristophanes
  14. picture from around the stage
    Proscenium Arch
  15. audience all around it
    Pageant wagon
  16. uic theatre
    put audience in different places
    technology based
    mechanical scenery
    • flexible theatre
    • "Black box"
  17. audience all around
    • in the round
    • "found theatre"
  18. each part of stage there are so audience see total affect
    wing and drop set
  19. 3 walls that define a room
    box set
  20. theatre and play based on todays fashion
    unit set
  21. serious play
    problem play
    Domestic Drama
  22. A doll house 1879
    domestic drama
    problem play
    Henrik Ibsen
  23. 1806-1904
    Anton Chekhov
  24. 1911-1983
    Glass Manaseay
    Tennessee Wiliams
  25. 1915-2005
    Death of a Salesman
    Arthur Miller
  26. 1906-1989
    End game
    Samuel Beckett
  27. Breathr of life
    2 or more characters with different goals
    Dramatic Conflict
  28. delight mood joy } aesthetic
    rasa
  29. 1279-1368AD
    Yuan Dynasty
  30. 1300s-1600s
    accomplishment
    performance
    Noh
  31. 1600-present
    bu - dancing
    ki - art
    both men and women
    Kogan and Ki <sticks>
    Kabuki
  32. 1680-present
    Bunraku
  33. presentational, immediate accessable, its fun, often politcal and/or social message, physical not literary, less story driven, semi-improvised, direct interactin with audience
    Spectacle Theatre
  34. Sophocles 429 B.C
    Oedipus the King
  35. Aristophanes 411 B.C.
    Lysistrata
  36. Henrik Ibsen [domestic drama/ problem play]
    A Doll house
  37. Comedy. Anton Chekhov 1904
    The Cherry Orchard
  38. poetic realism by Tennesse Williams 1944
    The Glass Menagerie
  39. Social Realism
    Arthur Mille 1949
    Death of Salesman
  40. social/ poetic realism August Wilson 1985
    fences
  41. magic realism
    Tony kushev 1990
    Angels in America
  42. Samuel Beckett 1957
    Endgame
  43. mystery, Wakefield Maste 1450
    The second Shepards play
  44. Morality play 1500 anonymous
    Everyman
  45. Quenn Elizabeth
    tradegy William Shakespeare 1601
    Hamlet
  46. Kabuki drama
    Chickamatsu Manzaeman 1748
    the 47 Samurai
  47. cycle="mystery"=guild
    Mystery Play
  48. to teach or instruct
    Morality
  49. Miracle Play
    presents a real accountant of life, miracles, or martydam against
  50. puppets are extremely elaborate in South Asia. They were articulate puppets. Puppets vary in size
    Shadow Puppet
  51. Not necessarily behind a screen it could be in front of the screen. Wayang Kulit meaning Shadow Skin
    Rod puppet
  52. "Little Marry" they are used in a Wing and Drop Set
    Marionette
  53. "Doll" and its Japanese. They are 3-d either made out of wood or porcelin. Can be very large. They are manipulated by hands by two or three puppeteers.
    Bunraku
  54. life struggles
    social realism
  55. "real"
    magic realism
  56. most important dominate in acting in theatre, film
    physchological realism
  57. They usually have a fatalistic view of life with their characters living on the margins of society, either as unemployed members of the working class or as criminals.
    poetic realism
  58. The truth is
    Theatre of the absurd
  59. fixed set
    Mansion set
  60. set up the costumes by category
    Georg II Duke of Saxe-Meiningen
  61. You know that the audience is there, but you pretend they are just another "wall"
    Fourth Wall
  62. Lighting, Color, Texture, Movement= Personality of Character
    Modern Dress
  63. ira aldridge
    James hewlett
    Langston Hughes
    African American Grove Company

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