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    • Drama Drama is a play that is not simply words spoken with accompanying gestures by performers who are usually costumed and in particular setting. So, when we talk about drama, we talk about a play which has a script to be performed. The story of theater a) The Greek theater There is no valid historical record about the first Greek theater. The first Greek theater was developed from festival of Diyonisus, the Greek god of wine and fertility, which was worshipped in late winter and early spring at ceremonies called Dionysia. b) The Elizabethan theater Elizabethan theater was a secular, popular art played by traveling like the wandering in Hamlet and by resident companies in London playhouses. c) Jacobean theater Jacobean drama was written during the reign of James I (1603- 1625) which followed the Elizabethan Age. d) Caroline theater Caroline drama was written during the reign of King Charles I (1625-1649). e) The neoclassical French theater
    • Neoclassical drama was dominated by Moliere (1622-1673) whose works were inspired by the classical drama of Greece and Rome. f) The modern realistic theater Realism can be defined as the representation of everyday life in literature. With realistic drama came the depiction of subjects close to the lives of middle-class people, work, marriage, and family life. Elizabethan and Jacobean One of the great flowerings of drama in England occurred in the 16th and 17th centuries. Many of these plays were written in verse, particularly iambic pentameter. In addition to Shakespeare, such authors as
    • Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Middleton, and Ben Jonson were prominent playwrights during this period. As in the medieval period, historical plays celebrated the lives of past kings, enhancing the image of the Tudor monarchy. Authors of this period drew some of their storylines from Greek mythology and Roman mythology or from the plays of eminent Roman playwrights such as Plautus and Terence. Greek theatre The best-preserved example of a classical Greek theatre, the Theatre of Epidaurus, has a circular orchêstra and probably gives the best idea of the original shape of the Athenian theatre, though it dates from the 4th century BCE. Greek theatre, most developed in Athens, is the root of the Western tradition; theatre is in origin a Greek word. It was part of a broader culture of theatricality and performance in classical Greece that included festivals, religious rituals, politics, law, athletics and gymnastics, music, poetry, weddings, funerals, and symposia. Participation in the city-state's many festivals—and attendance at the City Dionysia as an audience member (or even as a participant in the theatrical productions) in particular—was an important part of citizenshipCivic participation also involved the evaluation of the rhetoric of orators evidenced in performances in the law-court or political assembly, both of which were understood as analogous to the theatre and increasingly came to absorb its dramatic vocabulary. The theatre of ancient Greece consisted of three types of drama: tragedy, comedy, and the satyr play. Neoclassical theatre Neoclassicism was the dominant form of theatre in the 18th century. It demanded decorum and rigorous adherence to the classical unities. Neoclassical theatre as well as the time period is characterized by its grandiosity. The costumes and scenery were intricate and elaborate. The acting is characterized by large gestures and melodrama. Neoclassical theatre encompasses the Restoration, Augustan, and Johnstinian Ages. In one sense, the neo-classical age directly follows the time of the Renaissance. Theatres of the early 18th century – sexual farces of the Restoration were superseded by politically satirical comedies, 1737 Parliament passed the Stage Licensing Act which introduced state censorship of public performances and limited the number of theatres in London to just two. The Carolina Theatre of Durham is a theater in downtown Durham, North Carolina. The city owns the facility and it operates under the stewardship of a nonprofit organization named The Carolina Theatre of Durham, Incorporated. The Carolina Theatre of Durham is a theater in downtown Durham, North Carolina. The city owns the facility and it operates under the stewardship of a nonprofit organization named The Carolina Theatre of Durham, Incorporated. Elizabeth dan Jacobean Salah satu flowerings besar drama di Inggris terjadi di abad 16 dan 17. Banyak dari drama ditulis dalam ayat, khususnya panca iambik. Selain Shakespeare, penulis seperti Christopher Marlowe,
    • Thomas Middleton, dan Ben Jonson adalah dramawan menonjol selama periode ini. Seperti dalam periode abad pertengahan, drama sejarah merayakan kehidupan raja-raja masa lalu, meningkatkan citra monarki Tudor. Penulis periode ini menarik beberapa alur cerita mereka dari mitologi Yunani dan mitologi Romawi atau dari drama dramawan Romawi terkemuka seperti Plautus dan Terence. Yunani teater Contoh terbaik-diawetkan dari teater Yunani klasik, Teater Epidaurus, memiliki orkestra melingkar dan mungkin memberikan ide terbaik dari bentuk asli teater Athena, meskipun berasal dari abad ke-4 SM. Yunani teater, paling berkembang di Athena, adalah akar dari tradisi Barat; teater adalah berasal dari kata Yunani. Itu adalah bagian dari budaya yang lebih luas dan kinerja dalam sandiwara klasik Yunani yang termasuk festival, ritual keagamaan, politik, hukum, atletik dan senam, musik, puisi, pernikahan, pemakaman, dan simposium. Partisipasi dalam banyak negara kota festival-dan kehadiran di Dionysia Kota sebagai anggota penonton (atau bahkan sebagai peserta dalam produksi teater) khususnya-adalah bagian penting dari partisipasi citizenshipCivic juga terlibat evaluasi retorika orator dibuktikan dalam pertunjukan di majelis hukum pengadilan atau politik, yang keduanya dipahami sebagai analog dengan teater dan semakin datang untuk menyerap kosa kata yang dramatis. Teater Yunani kuno terdiri dari tiga jenis drama: tragedi, komedi, dan drama satir. Neoklasik teater Neoclassicism adalah bentuk dominan dari teater di abad 18. Ini menuntut sopan santun dan kepatuhan ketat terhadap kesatuan klasik. Teater neoklasik serta periode waktu yang ditandai dengan kebesaran nya. Kostum dan pemandangan yang rumit dan rumit. Akting ini ditandai dengan gerakan besar dan melodrama. Teater neoklasik meliputi Restorasi, Augustan, dan Abad Johnstinian. Di satu sisi, usia neo-klasik langsung mengikuti masa Renaissance. Teater dari awal abad 18 - lelucon yang seksual dari Restorasi digantikan oleh komedi politik satir, 1737 Parlemen mengesahkan Undang-Undang Tahap Perizinan yang memperkenalkan sensor negara dari pertunjukan publik dan terbatas jumlah bioskop di London untuk hanya dua. Teater Carolina Durham adalah sebuah teater di pusat kota Durham, North Carolina. Kota ini memiliki fasilitas dan beroperasi di bawah pengelolaan sebuah organisasi nirlaba bernama The Theatre Carolina dari Durham, Incorporated. Teater Carolina Durham adalah sebuah teater di pusat kota Durham, North Carolina. Kota ini memiliki fasilitas dan beroperasi di bawah pengelolaan sebuah organisasi nirlaba bernama The Theatre Carolina dari Durham, Incorporated.