艺术 TPO44-L2 The Structure Of Theater

TPO44-L2

The Structure Of Theater

Listen to part of a lecture in an introduction to drama class.

 



  1. What is the lecture mainly about?
  • A. The dramatic structure of an ancient Greek play.
  • B. The influence of ancient Greek theater design on modern theaters.
  • C. The design of ancient Greek theaters.
  • D. The role of plays in ancient Greek society.

 

  1. What were two purposes served by the skene?
    [CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
  • A. It provided extra seating for the audience.
  • B. It served as the location for the play’s action.
  • C. It was used to store items needed for the play.
  • D. It was where the chorus performed.

 

  1. Why is the play Hippolytus discussed?
  • A. To give an example of a strategy used by ancient Greek playwrights.
  • B. To give an example of how animals were used in ancient Greek plays.
  • C. To identify the first use of a messenger in an ancient Greek play.
  • D. To point out that ancient Greek plays typically involved tragic events.

 

  1. What point does the professor make about the chorus in ancient Greek plays?
  • A. It performed only at the beginning of the play.
  • B. It interpreted what was happening on the stage.
  • C. It did relatively little singing and dancing.
  • D. it was less important than it is in modern plays.

 

  1. How did Aristotle view the chorus?
  • A. As the author of the play.
  • B. As a distraction from the story.
  • C. As a messenger reporting news.
  • D. As a character in the play.

 

  1. Why does the professor say this: 🎧
  • A. To emphasize the popularity of plays in ancient Greece.
  • B. To praise the creativity of the ancient Greeks.
  • C. To point out that every seat in an ancient Greek theater had a clear view of the stage.
  • D. To suggest that audiences in ancient Greece could hear plays better than they could see them.


答案:
C BC A B D D

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