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DRAM 2120 - Exam 1 Guide

by: Keyanna Alexander

DRAM 2120 - Exam 1 Guide DRAM 2120

Keyanna Alexander
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Exam will cover chapters 8-11
Theatre History II
Dr. J.B. Alston
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drama, theatre, history, theater
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Keyanna Alexander on Wednesday February 3, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to DRAM 2120 at North Carolina Central University taught by Dr. J.B. Alston in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 70 views. For similar materials see Theatre History II in Theatre at North Carolina Central University.


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Date Created: 02/03/16
DRAM 2120 Exam1 Lope De Vega Dog in the Manger Lope De Rueda Trials of a Noble House Pedro Calderon Life is a Dream Sor Juana Early Spanish performer Corrales Spanish Playhouses Verisimilitude Appearance of Truth Pierre Corneille The Sid Phaedra Jean Racine Jean Baptiste Poquelin Moliere French Theatre Comedie Francaise After the civil war English King Charles I was removed by Thomas Cromwell. The English Restoration ended with the accession of Charles II and James I. During the civil war the Puritans closed the theatre. ALL for Love was written by Plays concerning the fashions and foibles of the upper class are comedy of manners. Love in the Tub was written by George Etherege The Way of the World was written by William Congreve A successful actress who began selling oranges was Nell Gwen who was in love with King Charles II. The first theatre supported by the government (National Theatre) was Comedie Francaise. The theatre movement that contained spectacular effects, violent action, and moral lessons was Realism. (false) The theatre movement which demanded strict adherence in the rules and regulations was Neo-Classicalism. (true) 18 Century theatre in American was original and new. (false) The acting Star-System was used in Naturalism. (false) The German term “Stress and Storm” was similar to Romanticism. (true) The Naturalists believed that training and philosophy were the keys to success. (false) Realism is often referred to as “drawing room drama” (true) A formula was developed for writing Melodrama. (true) David Garrick and Mrs. Pritchard were great directors of the 18 century. (false) Both Realism and Romanticism demanded a “Slice of Life”. (false)


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