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Ancient Greek Theater

A presentation detailing some of the aspects of ancient Greek theater.
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Tristen Allen

on 10 September 2012

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Tristen Allen, Damon Williams,
and Bryce Reed Ancient Greek Theater Greece, 5th Century BC Structure of a Theater The Physical Theater Sophocles (496-406BC) Famous for Antigone and Oedipous Rex Orchestra Aeschylus (525-406 B.C.) The orchestra was also known as the dancing space. Part of the battle of Marathon
Wrote : The Persains, The seven againts trechary In the orchestra, the chorus would gather for their songs and dance. Skene & Stage Euripides (525-455 B.C) The stage was the area on which the plays were performed. Wrote Rhesuras, Alcesis, and Medea The skene was the building behind the stage. Wrote The Acharnions, Knights, and Wasps. Aristophones (452-385 B.C.) The skene housed props, and it was used for special effects. Plays Parodos The parodos can be compared to today's stage exits. Most of the plays were based on myhts Actors would enter and leave the stage using these pathways. Three types of plays were performed: Tragedy, Comedy, and Romance.
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