INTRO WEST THEATRE DRAMA
INTRO WEST THEATRE DRAMA THAR 101
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satyrhalf man half goat tragoidia igoat song tetralogy trilogy 3 plays of tragedy usually with l satyr play that make up tetralogy theatron theater itself orchestra dancing place where performing occurs skene seenic structure proskenion front of scene building hybris pride hamam39a the tragic aw dromenon greek word for ritual meaning to perform rites City Dionysz39a religious political time fastival in spring 7 Steps to creative process Commitment Analysis Research Incubation Selection Implemenation Evaluation Personality Acting adjust character to fit personality creates character within self Character Acting adjust personality to fit character creates a new self Magic if Constantin Stanislavsky what would I do IF I were the character in these given circumstances the key is action start with action because its doable TeXt printed lines ConteXt situation SubteXt meaning of the lines Intentional TeXt purpose of the lines not in review primitive dramatic rituals Glorify God or hero Educate In uence events through sympathetic magic Robert Edmund Jones The dramatic Imagination Constantin Stanislavsky Action Belief Feeling Gives us a sense of truth Feelings lSt 9 Unbelievable Actions Gives us cliches Duke of Saxe Meiningen often referred to as the progenitor of the mordem stage director because he transformed the theater by encouraging visual realism and ensemble performance I believe its referring to Duke George II its in our books page 286 Thespis for the Rhapsodic Theory its means the rhapsodepoet and for the Dithyrambic theory it means the chorus members Dionysus means comes from god the greek god of wine