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Masks served several important purposes in Ancient Greek theater: their exaggerated expressions helped define the characters the actors were playing; they allowed actors to play more than one role (or gender); they helped audience members in the distant seats see and, by projecting sound somewhat like a small megaphone, even hear the characters better.

Background Info: Masks served several important purposes in Ancient Greek theater: their exaggerated expressions helped define the characters the actors were playing; they allowed actors to play.

CLASSIC GREEK THEATRE

CLASSIC GREEK THEATRE

Ancient Greek Theatre Desperate to experience this site and get carried away in imaginings

Amazing how the ancient greek theaters looked.how creative with the little resources they had that made such a beautiful place to be and watch entertainment that actually is better than television.

Acropolis of Athens, Athens, Greece. The Acropolis of Athens can be seen as a symbol for the Ancient Greek World, the classical period of the Hellenic civilization

sun bursting dramatically through the clouds over the Parthenon, Athens, Greece. I haven't been here, but love antiquities and history. Greece should probably be on my bucket list, but the instability of the government and currency are worrisome.

Ancient Greece Culture | Ancient Greek Culture

Δελφοί – Delphi The Oracle at Delphi was the most important oracle in the classical Greek world, and a major site for the worship of the god Apollo. This building is NOT, however, the 'oracle'. I believe this is the Temple of Diana

Anicent Greek theaters were constructed to amplify the voice of the actors. This theater was constructed in the 4th century B.C. Epidavros, Greece

۞۩ Ancient Greek theaters were constructed to amplify the voice of the actors. This theater is located in Epidavros ,Peloponnesus _Greece. Constructed in the century B.

creating chorus - m.rice

Creating Chorus, National Theatre In this film on creating chorus, movement director Aline David leads a group of actors through exercises used during rehearsals for the National Theatre's pr.

Modernizing the greek chorus - M.Rice

Directors Katie Mitchell, Carrie Cracknell and Polly Findlay offer their interpretations of Greek drama in productions at the National Theatre.

National Theatre Video: 'Antigone': The Ancient Greek Chorus

This film offers a brief introduction to the Ancient Greek Chorus from Edith Hall, before Polly Findlay speaks about her contemporary interpretation of the c.

Lysistrata. University of California, Riverside: Department of Theatre

University of California, Riverside: Department of Theatre

This is Artistotles who wrote the play Lysistrata and many other well known plays during that time period.

Lysistrata is an anti-war comedy written by the fifth century Greek comic playwright Aristophanes.