samedi 22 novembre 2014

Basic Guide To Phoenix Plays

By Ida Dorsey

The emergence of multidisciplinary arts also developed a type of non-verbal parts of, dance or mixed (eg with Jan Lauwers). First appeared with the Dada and Futurist movements, such drama is out of avant-garde theater to become quite popular. Evidenced for example by the success of James mounted with Symphony of beetle even Moliere received four parts (Phoenix plays).

Finally, in twentieth century, some authors, such as Jean Anouilh Jean Giraudoux with Antigone or with Electra, show ancient myths. One sees the political theater, in which the authors put their philosophical ideas, as Albert Camus Caligula. Some writers like Ionesco react strongly to this absurd political theater by parts, in which the author depict scenes without apparent meaning to viewer think differently.

However, Alfred de Musset, whose plays have been performed on stage as his late romantic drama baffled theater directors, developed the idea of theater to read under the "show in a wheelchair." Playwright Ionesco has established new rules for the theater in his book Notes and against pad. These are based mainly on the deterioration of language in favor of theater of absurd. Another playwright of twentieth century following the rules of Ionesco is Beckett. The two main types of plays are comedy and tragedy.

A topic can have tragic drama or comedy, depending on the situations. In sense of common use instead, we tend to designate by this term painful events or life problems, or other events of tragic. Play can be represented by different types of media: live entertainment, film and television.

The liturgical drama, as opposed to classical one, does not adopt the criterion of three Aristotelian unities and is expressed in better shape pictorial representation. If the classical drama staged one done in a linear and in one place, the drama follows the medieval against the hero in all of its age: it is represented, for example, the time when Jesus resurrected Lazarus, but throughout the life of protagonist. Necessarily the scene becomes multiple, created by different scenes aligned and separated from each other by a compartment: the so-called "appointed places."

In eighteenth century, one sees a variety of comedies. Still exist comedy of intrigue and comedy of manners, such as The Game of Love and Chance Island or slaves Marivaux, but social criticism becomes more vigorous, as in Barber of Seville and The Marriage Figaro by Beaumarchais, works in which he openly criticized the aristocracy. Also appear tearful comedy, then the bourgeois drama, playing on emotion and sensitivity of spectators.

The combination of drama-conflict is often expressed in fields other than strictly theatrical often referred to literary works intended for the stage, talking about their dramatic, or musical works or similarly with the other arts. A classic drama does not have a very precise connotation. Generally usually indicates the dramas of tragic and comic in world greek and latin lived in Athens of fifth century BC Rome until the first century A. D. Depending on the historical period, the classic drama now presents itself as politically / religiously committed and now as a simple fun of upper classes.

The main genres - tragedy and comedy - were also diversified by author and historical context, but maintained a common basis: the tragedy always represented a mythical argument (with a few exceptions of historical argument) and made use of style often solemn, as well as many stage machinery, while the play a great story or taken from everyday life. Do not forget the minor genres, such as farce or Roman mimes.

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