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History of Theatre Timeline Drama III/IV
Prehistory-600 B.C. Shamanism Ritual Dance Storytelling
600 B.C. – 1500 A.D. Origin of Greek Theatre Golden Age of Greece Roman Theatre (1 A.D.) Medieval Drama Theatre in China Noh Drama
1500-1700 Commedia dell’ arte Rise of English Drama Shakespeare
1700-1850 Theatre in America Ballad Opera Middle-Class Audience “Laughing Comedy” Melodrama German Romantic Drama
1850-1900 Henrik Ibsen Bernard Shaw Anton Chekhov Special Effects Arrival of Cinema
1900-1940 Constructivism Expressionism Eugene O’Neill Lillian Hellman Epic Theatre
1940-1950 Samuel Beckett Arthur Miller Tennessee Williams Broadway Musicals Thornton Wilder
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