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Theatre over the centuries

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Ludo Naldi

on 7 April 2014

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Transcript of Theatre over the centuries

Theater over the
centuries

XVIII century
XIX century
Restoration
Elizabethan age
Puritans
Before XVI century...
Pageants
no fixed structure
mystery plays
morality plays
Renaissance
interludes
plays moved from pageants to courts
political propaganda
talks about saint's
life and holy events
Archaic theater
XV XVI century
pagents be substituted by stable
theaters
theater as an instrument
increase her popularity
be loved by the people
XVII century
flowering of drama

Hostile to the Church of England
very strict moral values
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sexual explicitness
eroic tragedy
Charles II
Bourgeoisie
increase the construction of
theaters

success of literature
romanticism
gothic drama
XX century
television...
.. and West End
moment of
payful evasion
Theater blooms again with an ingenious playwright
..cinema..
Architecture
Elizabethan age
annular or polygonal structure
superimposed galleries
XVII century
Restoration
Italian model- courtly
diversification of the sectors
XIX century
teatro all'italiana
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XX century
Continuous innovations
Made by..
Vale
Taglia
Ludo
Eli
Piccio
Music: Les Miserables soundtrack by piano
closing of the theaters in 1642
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