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Ancient Greek Theatres

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on 22 April 2015

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Transcript of Ancient Greek Theatres

Ancient Greek Theater
Tragedy Plays

The tragedy plays always had a sad ending.
This theatre could hold about 15,000 people!
Fast Fact:
The theaters attracted more than 15,000 people per performance!
The theatres were not just used for entertainment. People also worshipped the god Dionysos.
Comedy Plays
Comedies were always funny and had a happy ending.
Satire Plays
Satire plays were "poked" at real people and events.
Many Greeks tried to become playwrights. One of the most famous playwrights was Sophocles. He wrote 120 plays!
3 different types of plays:
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