Podcast 2 (Parts 1&2): the Poetics
Podcast 2 (Parts 1&2): the Poetics Thea 103
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kaitlyn Hamke on Tuesday September 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Thea 103 at Ball State University taught by Dr. Tyler Smith in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see Aesthetics in Theatre at Ball State University.
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Date Created: 09/29/15
Podcast 2 Part 1 The Poetics People have to believe that something is plausible that it could happen 0 Theatre is not real People know it s not real but they have to believe that it could happen aka Dispended Disbeliefs Aristotle turned a lot of his wisdom and study towards the theatre 0 Assessment of what made a good play 0 All performance art is imitation Social Norms What to do How to act How people interact with each other Abstract thought Escape Adventure Why do people need to imitate 0 To convey emotions and social norms Play can only take you to one storyline A novel is many things and more drawn out Theatre is performed through mi mesis Novels are narrative Plays are acted out Tragedy An imitation of action Contains 0 Action 0 Catha rsis o Emotions Aristotle judged and analyzed contest scripts P PWP Time travel is plausible Example of dispended disbelief Aristotle s poetics are the first written analysis of Drama Mimesis Imitation through plays Novelsna rration Theatre action Podcast 2 Part 2 Aristotle s Poetics 1 Plot what happens serious logical and believable 2 Character 3 Theme thought moral of the story 4 La nguage embellished a Art should be embellished and not exactly like real life 5 Music 6 Spectacle Aristotle did not say that all plays should be followed in this order Aristotle says that plot can only be the working out of a motive to a successful end not a failure False
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