Everything builds upon something in the earliest days of cinema it drew inspiration from vaudeville and theater if we go back down in history through operas and stages we will end up in ancient times and in this case ancient greek theater.
the bacchae ˈ b 230 k iː greek βάκχαι bakchai also known as the bacchantes ˈ b 230 k ə n t s b ə ˈ k 230 n t s ˈ k ɑː n t s is an ancient greek tragedy written by the athenian playwright euripides during his final years in macedonia at the court of archelaus i of macedon.
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The ancient greek drama was a theatrical culture that flourished in ancient greece from 700 bc the citystate of athens which became a significant cultural political and military power during this period was its center where it was institutionalised as part of a.
the healing power of greek tragedy do plays written centuries ago have the power to heal modern day traumas a new project raises the curtain on a daring new experiment.
Ancient greek theatre masks of comedy and tragedy the theatre of ancient greece or ancient greek drama is a theatrical culture that flourished in ancient greece between 550 bc and 220 bc.
Span classnews_dt11012013spannbsp018332for background detail on greek theatre productions at the national theatre see our online exhibit httpwwwgooglecomculturalinstitu this film explores the.
tragedy branch of drama that treats in a serious and dignified style the sorrowful or terrible events encountered or caused by a heroic individual.
According to aeschyluss tragedy agamemnon cassandra was loved by the god apollo who promised her the power of prophecy if she would comply with his desires.