Drama Study Guide
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Short pieces depicting myths in Italian Renaissance.
Time, Place, & Action
The 3 Neoclassical unities.
Behaving based upon character's age, profession, sex, & rank.
Acting in Commedia Dell'Arte
Used in Commedia Dell'Arte
Pole and Chariot
Used for scene changes in Italian Renaissance.
The term used to describe dramatic entertainment written and performed by professionals in the English Renaissance.
Genre focused on serious themes and called for happy endings.
Known for his mightyline.
Known for scenic design.
Known for "comedy humors"
Master of Revels
Royal official that had control of licensing during the English Renaissance.
Spanish Golden Age religious plays.
Capa Y Espada
Spanish Golden Age secular plays.
Spanish public plays.
Lope De Vegas
Spanish playwrite who wrote in all genres. Said to have written 1600 plays.
The 2 themes of Spanish comedia plays.
Spanish religious plays were performed on these.
New or different forms of something from the past.
Like the Greek Skene for English Renaissance theatre space.
Pit, Boxes, & Galories
The 3 different areas for audience seating.
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