A source book in theatrical history
A sourcebook in theatrical history. (Sources of theatrical history)
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They say, too, s. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text! Passages by contemporary observers from ancient Greece to modern times include not. Rating Average: 3.
Sources of Theatrical History! Paper Xource. Of the three scene-doors likewise the middle opened either into a palace, nor the lictor or his rods make a sound. Let no worn-out harlot sit in front of the sta.Aristophanes made fun of Aeschylus for what he considered the excessive austerity of his characters: in the Niobe, in the Ransoming of Hector. More than 80 pictures in black-and-white complete this very good edition. There are three kinds o. For their natural gifts differed.
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Greek tragedy had its roots in the choric dithyramb. Aristotle tells us this, and we have no reason to disbelieve his testimony; a Greek philosopher, lecturing on tragedy in the 's B. The genius who accomplished the transition from dithyramb to drama was Thespis of Icaria. Playwright, actor, stage director, and producer, all in one, Thespis is credited with a number of innovations. He asked Thespis, the Attic peasant-artist, to participate with his troupe.
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A rich resource for students of theater and theater historians, this volume features an annotated collection of more than unusually interesting and detailed articles. Passages by contemporary observers from ancient Greece to modern times include notes on acting, directing, make-up, costuming, stage props, machinery, scene design, and much more. An inspiring guide. Read more Read less. Shop now. Tell the Publisher! No customer reviews.
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