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  1. post modern theatre defined
  2. Jean-francis millet's work
  3. Realism in theatre defined
  4. Abstract Art defined
  5. Isadora Duncan's contributions
  1. a move passive to active
    not always in the theatre
    use of multimedia now
  2. b tries to give on objective account
    immitates reality on stage, to show life how it truly is(sucks)
    used truth in 5 sense, cause and effect
  3. c images from the natural world are reduced in shape
    "pure" use of line, color and shadow
  4. d scenes of rural life
    women baking bread(1853-4)
    the gleaners(1857)
  5. e new style of dance
    Barefoot dance, expressive moement
    aggressive floorwork style, feet flexed normally

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. less choreographing, more dancing
    everyday movement
  2. Henrik Ibson(master of realist drama)
    antov chekhov(russian and daily life format)
  3. talking skull(1917)
    eithopia awakening(1914)
    african themes
  4. "the kiss"(1886) -sexy, awesome. maybe a homerun
    the thinker (1902) -epiphany from constipation on the toilet
    great western sculpture, evoke impression
  5. a dolls housse(address issues for gender role)

5 True/False Questions

  1. Post impressionism defineda collection of styles influenced by impressionism
    1880-1900
    color with shape and form, more vibrant

          

  2. Claude monet's worksSunsrise
    water lillies(1914-17)
    contempary subject matter, optical truth

          

  3. Pierre auguste renoir's works"the kiss"(1886) -sexy, awesome. maybe a homerun
    the thinker (1902) -epiphany from constipation on the toilet
    great western sculpture, evoke impression

          

  4. artistic styles emerging from Modernismpleasing to the eye,
    art for art's sake, self-justifying

          

  5. billi holiday';s worklady day
    it had to be you
    Vocalist, improvised melody line

          

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