Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece

ANCIENT GREECE ______ theatre to gain control over something that isnt understood. Example:________________________ Ancient Greece - _____________, The god of wine, fertility , change of seasons

___________ - choral songs to Dionysus __________ - was the first actor Major Playwrights __________ (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays left __________ (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays left __________ (480 406 BC) 13 plays left

Ritual theatre to gain control over something that isnt understood. Example:_good weather = good crops Ritual theatre to gain control over something that isnt understood. Example:_good weather = good crops Ancient Greece - _______,

The god of wine, fertility , change of seasons ___________ - choral songs to Dionysus __________ - was the first actor Major Playwrights __________ (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays left __________ (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays left

__________ (480 406 BC) 13 plays left Ritual theatre to gain control over something that isnt understood. Example:_good weather = good crops Ancient Greece - Dionysus, The god of wine, fertility , change of seasons

Ritual theatre to gain control over something that isnt understood. Example:_good weather = good crops Ancient Greece - Dionysus, The god of wine, fertility , change of seasons _________ - choral songs to Dionysus

_______ - was the first actor Major Playwrights _________ (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays left _________ (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays left _________ (480 406 BC) 13 plays left Ritual theatre to gain control over

something that isnt understood. Example:_good weather = good crops Ancient Greece - Dionysus, The god of wine, fertility , change of seasons dithyrambs - choral songs to Dionysus _______ - was the first actor Major Playwrights

__________ (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays left __________ (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays left __________ (480 406 BC) 13 plays left Ritual theatre to gain control over something that isnt understood. Example:_good weather = good

crops Ancient Greece - Dionysus, The god of wine, fertility , change of seasons dithyrambs - choral songs to Dionysus Thespis - was the first actor Festivals (January) ______, comedy (March) ___________, tragedy

Festivals (January) Lenaea, comedy (March) ___________, tragedy Festivals (January) Lenaea, comedy (March) City Dionysia, tragedy Major Playwrights ________ (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays

left ________ (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays left ________ (480 406 BC) 13 plays left Wrote: over 80 plays 7 Tragedies left The Persians The 7 Against

Thebes Prometheus Bound The Oresteia Trilogy Agamemnon The Choephori The Eumenides Major Playwrights Aeschylus (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays

left ________ (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays left ________ (480 406 BC) 13 plays left Major Playwrights Aeschylus (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays left Sophocles (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays

left ________ (480 406 BC) 13 plays left Major Playwrights Aeschylus (525 456 BC) 2nd actor , 7 plays left Sophocles (496 406 BC) 3rd actor, 7 plays left Euripedes (480 406 BC) 13 plays left

FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Expresses _______ Gives _________ advice (Usually) Supports the _________ The ideal ________ Sets _____ Adds ____ and ________ Controls _____ and _____

FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Expresses opinions Gives _________ advice (Usually) Supports the _________ The ideal ________ Sets _____ Adds ____ and ________ Controls _____ and _____ FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Expresses opinions

Gives protagonist advice (Usually) Supports the _________ The ideal ________ Sets _____ Adds ____ and ________ Controls _____ and _____ FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Expresses opinions Gives protagonist advice

(Usually) Supports the protagonist The ideal ________ Sets _____ Adds ____ and _________ Controls _____ and _____ FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS 1. 2.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Expresses opinions Gives protagonist advice (Usually) Supports the protagonist

The ideal spectator Sets _____ Adds _____ and _________ Controls _____ and _____ FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7. Expresses opinions Gives protagonist advice (Usually) Supports the protagonist The ideal spectator

Sets mood Adds ____ and _________ Controls ______ and _____ FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS 1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7. Expresses opinions Gives protagonist advice (Usually) Supports the protagonist The ideal spectator Sets mood

Adds color and movement Controls ______ and _____ FUNCTIONS OF THE CHORUS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. Expresses opinions Gives protagonist advice (Usually) Supports the protagonist The ideal spectator Sets mood Adds color and movement

Controls rhythm and tempo THE UNITIES 1. ____ - 24 hours of time passes (no more) 2. _____ - one location 3. ______ - single plot, NO sub-plots THE UNITIES

1. time - 24 hours of time passes (no more) 2. ____ - one location 3. _____ - single plot, NO sub-plots THE UNITIES 1. time - 24 hours of time passes (no more) 2. place - one location

3. _____ - single plot, NO sub-plots THE UNITIES 1. time - 24 hours of time passes (no more) 2. place - one location 3. action - single plot, NO sub-plots ____ __ _______ - God of the machine

Deus ex Machina - God of the machine Stage device in Greek and Roman drama in which a god appeared in the sky by means of a crane (Greek, mechane) to resolve the plot of a play. Plays by Sophocles and particularly Euripides sometimes require the device

Now it means a quick resolution to a plot problem that could not have been forseen

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