5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Who does Antigone attempt to bury?
- What were limitations of greek theater?
- What is a theatron?
- When did Sophocles die?
- What is Aeschylus known for?
- a no violence on stage, no lighting, always outdoors, no curtains, no intermissions, off scene info relayed by messenger, continuous presence of chorus on sage, simple plots, action took place in a single day, and one scene plays.
- b 406 BC
- c Polyneices
- d where the audience sat
- e HIs bald head, adding a second actor, and creation of trilogies in which each episode related to the same theme.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 496 BC
- Creon and Antigone
- Prologue, Parados, 1st-4th episodes, choral odes, and exodos
- chorus marching in from the left or right
5 True/False questions
What was the Thymele? → level area in front of the skene on
which most of the plays action took place
How does Antigone end up dying? → Polyneices
What is Thespis know for? → Adding a third actor, fixing number of chorus to fifteen, introducing painted scenery, making each play of a trilogy seperate in nature, and making stories about human-human relationship rather than human-god relationships.
Who did Sophocles beat in a dramatic competition? → 406 BC
What was the Proscenium? → altar to Dionysus on which sacrifices were made, and which was sometimes used as a stage prop