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Greek Theatre Timeline
Transcript of Greek Theatre Timeline
(458 BC) and (458 BC).
Aeschylus also introduced the
second actor on stage. Pratinus of Phlius introduces the satyr play to the City of Dionysus festival. A satyr is comical character and a satire of people being half man, half goat. 500 BC Seven against Thebes Agamemnon Eumenides 496 BC Sophocles, another main tragedy playwright was born. Sophocles wrote many great Greek tragedies such as Ajax (445 BC) Antigone (441 BC), and Oedipus the King (429 BC). Also during his lifetime, he introduced the third actor on stage. 485 BC Euripides, one of the major tragedy writers, was born. Euripedes wrote many plays throughout his career. Some of the include: Medea (431 BC), Helen (412 BC) and Orestes (408 BC). 450 BC Aristophanes, a major comedy playwright was born. Aristophanes wrote the plays The Acharmians (425 BC), The Birds (414 BC) and the ever famous Lysistrata (411 BC) 5th Century, BC 4th Century, BC megan & jessica 380 B.C. Greek tragedies and comedies are critiqued by
the philosopher Plato in Plato's Republic. 330 BC Aristotle, another Greek philosopher defends Greek tragedies and comedies in his Poetics. the end