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by: Emma Huff

Theater_History_Notes_9_2_16___9_9_16.pdf TD317C

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Clas notes for 9/2/16 - 9/9/16
Theatre History Thru 18th Cen
Alexandro Ramirez
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emma Huff on Friday September 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to TD317C at University of Texas at Austin taught by Alexandro Ramirez in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Theatre History Thru 18th Cen in Theatre and Dance at University of Texas at Austin.


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Date Created: 09/09/16
Theater History Notes 9/2/16 - 9/9/16 - Euripides (484 - 406 BCE) - won 4 awards in life and 1 in death - Medea won 3rd place in 431 - supposedly wrote 92 plays - only about 19 remain available - The first tragedy competition took place in 455 BCE - Euripides Dramatic Conventions - reduced use of the Greek chorus - depictions of flawed Gods - multi-dimensional humans - heavy reliance on dues ex machina (god from a machine) - powerful women - Greek Theatre - men, women, and slaves could attend - men were required by law to attend - about 20 people involved per production - 3 actors, 1 chorus leader, 12-15 chorus members - Only men participated in the production. - Role of the Chorus - exposition - connection between audience and characters - Athens, 431 BCE - end of the golden age ofAthens -Athens and Sparta allied to defeat Persians - compete for power - Peloponnesian War (431-404 BCE) - a comedy of errors - Sparta wins,Athens crumbles -Athens falls to Macedonian rule in 388 BCE - Jason and the Golden Fleece - Jason must go find the golden fleece in order to regain his royal status - With the help of Medea, he obtains it - The two marry and settle in Corinth, setting the stage for Medea No Notes for 9/9/16


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