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U OF ADRAMA101AllFall

DRAMA 101 Lecture 4: Drama 101 – Thurs - sept 18 lecture 4.docx

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U OF ADRAMA101Dana TannerFall

DRAMA101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Paralanguage

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Schechner"s performative genres (play, games, sports, theatre, ritual) Theatrical culture: theatrical culture refers to the specific environment of mea
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U OF ADRAMA208Stefano MuneroniSummer

DRAMA208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Antonio Gramsci, Microhistory, New Historicism

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U OF ADRAMA103StefanoSpring

DRAMA103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Aestheticism, Beautiful Music

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Theatrical culture and history behind producing theatre. Read like an audience member, imagine characters and production. To support the director and a
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U OF ADRAMA103StefanoSpring

DRAMA103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Miasma Theory, Antifeminism, Henrik Ibsen

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English script, themes of individualism, determinism, marriage, gender relations, class structure, etc. Nora - protagonist. seems happy and naive at rs
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U OF ADRAMA208Stefano MuneroniSummer

DRAMA208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Indian Classical Drama, Mudra, Kathakali

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U OF ADRAMA103StefanoSpring

DRAMA103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ecocriticism, Phonaesthetics, Guttural

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Connotation: a whole layer of associations, ideas, or attitudes that are often attached to a word. The sound the word makes when you speak them. A word
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U OF ADRAMA208Stefano MuneroniSummer

DRAMA208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Thesmophoria, Lysistrata, Euripides

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U OF ADRAMA208Stefano MuneroniSummer

DRAMA208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: List Of Theatre Festivals, Satyr Play, Dionysia

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Theatre is to the greek people the merging of entirety human experience. Function of theatre (community, didactic, religious altar of dionysus, politic
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U OF ADRAMA103StefanoSpring

DRAMA103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sophocles, Thrust Stage, Polonius

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Written in athens in the 5th century bc. Translated by f. storr, some meaning possibly lost in translation/interpretation. Tiresias is blind but he can
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U OF ADRAMA247amandaFall

DRAMA247 Lecture 9: Drama 247

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2, awkward moment during formal presentation (personal story) a, easia 224 final project presentation b, awkward moment because of saying shakespeare c
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U OF ADRAMA208Stefano MuneroniSummer

DRAMA208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pater Familias, Plebs, Pietas

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There were indigenous forms of performance and entertainment in. Greek culture and gods are absorbed = artemis-diana, aphrodite- They would build a sta
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