Notes week of 8/29
Notes week of 8/29 Thea 210
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Date Created: 09/02/16
Notes: Week of 8/29/2016 o Dramatic Structure Stories (generally) start at equilibrium – a stable statis Inciting action – call to duty Introduction to conflict o Person v person Subtler in theater than in movies o Person v environment Environment can be society o Person v themselves Tragic flaws Usually combined with other conflicts Obstacles and challenges Cause sub-conflicts Characters and make choices that cause them to adapt as they gain knowledge Means of resolution Gain abilities to overcome conflict Climax Falling action – denouement Return to equilibrium o Plot v story Plot – the length of the play Story – overarching Prologue, background, epilogue, etc.
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