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DRAM 2120 - Week 2 Notes

by: Keyanna Alexander

DRAM 2120 - Week 2 Notes GLST 1000

Keyanna Alexander
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Covering chapters 10-11 from the text
Global Experience
Dr. Joshua Nadel
Class Notes
drama, theatre, history, theater
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Keyanna Alexander on Wednesday February 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GLST 1000 at North Carolina Central University taught by Dr. Joshua Nadel in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see Global Experience in History at North Carolina Central University.


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Date Created: 02/03/16
DRAM 2120 – Week2 English Restoration  Thomas Cromwell & Roundheads – disestablished English monarchy, made England Christian, became Puritans  Monarchy restored after the death of Cromwell, Puritans disperse  Charles I – killed in revolution  Charles II – king after the Restoration, didn’t do anything outstanding during rule, supported theatre after its closing by the Puritans in 1642  Nell Gwen – first female actress, started by selling oranges in theatres, mistress to King Charles II th Theatre of the 18 Century Lots of experimentation, but little materials survive  Melodrama – theatre with music, used to reinforce action on stage  Convent Garden – most famous/beautiful theatre of Dowry Garden  American drama – direct copy of the English theatre  Star System – one particular actor stood closest to the audience, gave rise to acting families (rivalries form) ex: John and Edmond Booth (American)  Acting Companies – becoming more focused on business, incorporate business administrators vs creative artist (Directors blur this line)  Philosophies  Melodrama – more technical than theory  Naturalism & Realism – reaction to Melodrama, to reflect reality or “a slice of life” Naturism vs Realism Intention doesn’t affect outcome More popular (still remains today) Founded in heredity and environment Verisimilitude – truth of reality Considered harsh Optimism Focus on the poor “drawing room drama” Belief: Society is flawed Belief: All is in God’s plan


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