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Greek Theatre Masks
Marina Pitofskyon 12 February 2013
Transcript of Greek Theatre Masks
Masks Masks began with religious ceremonies and festivals, specifically ones devoted to Dionysus,the god of fertility and wine. Purpose of Theatre Masks Greek theatre masks are traditionally very simple and portray specific emotions, such as the ones seen below. Sample Masks "Greek Drama" History Haven. 23 September fgfgfgfg2012. AP Worldipedia. 5 February jdfjdhfj2013.<http://www.historyhaven.com/wikhghghghgi/index.php?title=Greek_Drama>
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<http://entertainmentguide.local.com/greek-theater-mask-1276.html> Works Cited Greek theatre masks had the effect of camouflage on both the audience and the actor.
Actors could transform into a god, an animal, or a beast with the use of a mask during their performance.
Masks helped audiences expand their imagination while watching a play or participating in a ceremony. Effect of Greek Theatre Masks No ancient Greek theatre masks survive today. They were made from perishable material and could not stand the test of time. Current Manifestation Masks soon evolved into having more practical uses, such as when men took on female roles and when a man had to take on more than one role in any given play. Masks were also used to make an actor's emotions seem more dramatic because audiences often stood very far from the stage during performances. Derivatives of Greek theatre masks are still used in theater today. They are used in modernized Greek productions mainly, but other masks are used in other productions. Many masks today are considered decorative and ornamental. They also have had a major influence over a few twentieth century artists: Picasso, Matisse, Derain. Petrides, Antonis. "Masks in Greek Theatre."
Academia.edu. Academia, 28 Dec 2009. Web. 11 Feb 2013. <http://www.academia.edu/347834/_Masks_in_Greek_Theatre_._The_Literary_Encyclopedia._28_December_2009._http_www.litencyc.com_php_stopics.php_rec_true_and_UID_7211_>. Wingert, Paul. "Mask." Encyclopedia
Britannica. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., n.d. Web. 10 Feb 2013. <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/367906/mask/9063/Theatrical-uses>. #elp