INTRO WEST THEATRE DRAMA
INTRO WEST THEATRE DRAMA THAR 101
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Skylar Considine on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to THAR 101 at Texas A&M University taught by Roger Schultz in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 44 views. For similar materials see /class/226211/thar-101-texas-a-m-university in Theater Arts at Texas A&M University.
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Date Created: 10/21/15
Thar 31109 Shakespeare s Theater Cont d Dewitt s Swan 7 one of earliest documentations of Shakespeare s original theater Dr Adam s model 7 more details than Dewitt s Hodge s model 7 size and scope unbelievable ends always enclosed in Elizabethan period AC Bradley 7 critic of Shakespearean tragedy treats Hamlet individually Believes what we have is the expression of character Always presented as a compulsive actionreaction to Evil in a Good world The Force The force 7 goodnessjustice Bradley s characteristics of Shakespearean Tragedy An Earthly con ict Great sense of probable and necessary action kind we don t see in modern lms Produces exceptional calamity Catastrophe has universal effects Not just about one person Inspiredinstigated by rational man a thinking individual Rational Man and Tragic Hero position 7 authority has power over others conspicuously good nobility of mind someone trying to right some kind of wrong consuming passion fundamental tragic trait hamartia aw extraordinary suffering ultimate enlightenment Shakespearean Tragic Action world equilibrium disturbed by evil ultimate power reacts violently to rectify this wrong indiscriminate thrust to restore order equilibrium calamity out of proportion LEADS TO An overwhelming sense of waste Hamlet according to Dr Schultz Revenge via Espionage spying Metatheatre theater w in theater Form of Hamlet play is a series of scenesvignettes the arrangement execution and result of spying and playing Characters function as playwrights directors actors audience 7 as a means of preservation
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