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THEATRICAL TERMS FOR MACBETH
DIALOGUE Two or more characters talking
MONOLOGUE One character making a long speech
SOLILOQUY A special monologue where the character is alone on stage (or isolated) and expresses his or her inner thoughts
ASIDE A quick private comment or chat between two characters, or a character and the audience, or the character and himself
STAGE DIRECTION/ IMBEDDED STAGE DIRECTION Stuff that tells the actor how to move, enter, exit, etc. Imbedded stage directions are in the lines themselves
DRAMATIC IRONY When the audience knows something the characters do not
TRAGIC HERO A character (usually in Shakespeare) that is better than the average man. However, he fails due to his tragic flaw.
TRAGIC FLAW The character flaw (greed, ambition, procrastination) the tragic hero has that causes his downfall.
Drama Terms Romeo & Juliet.
William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth Intro to Macbeth William Shakespeare’s Life –Most popular and well-known British writer –Lived from April.
Shakespearean Drama Vocabulary and Terms. Shakespeare’s Plays 3 categories Tragedy: a play that traces the main character’s downfall Tragedy: a play.
Warm-Up: Dramatic Literary Devices Collect handouts and copy these definitions: Chorus - character/narrator coming on stage and giving a prologue or explicit.
ELEMENTS OF SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMA. TRAGEDY A drama in which a series of actions leads to the downfall of the main character, called the TRAGIC HERO Plot.
Elements Of Drama English II.
Dramatic and Literary Elements Tools for Reading and Understanding Shakespeare.
The Crucible Literary Elements.
Notes on Drama and Literary Devices for Reading Romeo and Juliet "For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo." (Act V, Scene III)
Purpose and Characteristics of Dramatic Literature Literary Response and Analysis Standard 3.1.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND DEFINITIONS OF TERMS STAGE APPLICATIONS
MacBeth William Shakespeare xiii-xv Middle of Shakespeare’s career - James VI of Scotland became the monarch in England - He would become King.
“Romeo & Juliet” Literary Terms Drama a story written to be performed by actors.
Drama Unit Terms and definitions. DRAMA the literary genre of works intended for the theater.
Act I Literary Terms and Devices of Focus. Dramatic Exposition: conveys important background information about the setting and characters.
Romeo & Juliet Literary Terms Drama a story written to be performed by actors.
DAY ONE Romeo and Juliet Terms. MONOLOGUE A single character gives a speech
Drama Forms and Stagecraft.
Elements of Tragedy. Tragedy A dramatic work that presents the downfall of the tragic hero. The events of a tragic plot are set in motion by a decision.
William Shakespeare. Literary Terms Foil A character in literature who has qualities that are in sharp contrast to another character, thus emphasizing.
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