The Greek chorus was a group of approximately twelve actors who acted similar to modern narrators in Greek plays. They were integral to the plays and would sometimes have over half of the lines. Their job was to comment on the action in the play, either by speaking all together or by singing. They would dress similarly and wear masks.
The role of the Greek chorus was to provide time for scene changes, give the main actors a break and time to prepare for the next scene, offer background information and information about the main themes, to offer an insight into a character's thoughts and feelings, and just generally act as a go-between for the audience and the actors. Incidentally, battles and murders were not allowed to be performed in Greek theatres and so the chorus would tell the audience of such events instead of them being acted out.
The Greek chorus explains the story to the audience.
The Greek chorus started sometime before the 5th century BCE. It declined not that much later in Greek history.
go to google images and type in greek chorus masks and there should be a pic of them
I can't believe someone would write that. I was in a greek play and I was chorus and the chorus were just townsfolk who told the story. The spoke in rhyme.
The chorus in Greek drama sang the dialogue, they told the story through music. The chorus gradually grew smaller and was replaced by actors instead.
Chorus ( or better khoros ) is a Greek word.
The cast of The Humdrummer - 2014 includes: Davia Amato as Madison Anya Avaeva as Greek Chorus Jonathon Carter Schall as Stanley Nadia Dassouki as Greek Chorus Lauren DeLong as Jessica Francesca Fondevila as Candy Rene Heger as Tod Roger Joles as Potential Client Cheryl Lyone as Cynthia Laurie Mannette as Chorus Virginia Petrucci as Greek Chorus Jaala Pickering as Greek Chorus Alec Randolph as Cubby Tatum Levy Stonehill as Frank Hester Van Hooven as Hot Blonde Victoria Vertuga as Greek Chorus Sita Young as Greek Chorus
a technique ;)
He created "tragedy"
in a greek chorus they wore faded white clothes or any other kind of cloth and they also wore masks.
i think it makes you sing in a greek voice
The cast of Mighty Aphrodite - 1995 includes: William Addy as Superintendent Woody Allen as Lenny Gary Alper as Park Avenue Couple Pamela Blair as Greek Chorus Kent Blocher as Zeus Helena Bonham Carter as Amanda Rene Ceballos as Greek Chorus Al Cerullo as Actual Helicopter Pilot Elie Chaib as Greek Chorus John Dalton as Art Gallery Snob Tony Darrow as Boxing Trainer George De La Pena as Greek Chorus Joanne DiMauro as Greek Chorus Olympia Dukakis as Jocasta Thomas Durkin as Race Announcer Kenneth Edelson as Ken Denise Faye as Greek Chorus Danielle Ferland as Cassandra Marian Filali as Greek Chorus Dann Fink as Chorus Barney Fitzpatrick as Sports Reporter Scott Fowler as Greek Chorus Angelo Fraboni as Greek Chorus Ray Garvey as Boxing Trainer Seth Gertsacov as Greek Chorus Paul Giamatti as Extras Guild Researcher Karin Haidorfer as Park Avenue Couple Julie Halston as Guest Yvette Hawkins as School Principal Patti Karr as Greek Chorus Jeffrey Kurland as Oedipus Karen Longwell as Chorus Fred Mann III as Greek Chorus Dominic Marcus as Chorus Jimmy McQuaid as Max John Mineo as Greek Chorus Dan Moran as Ricky, the Pimp Rawleigh Moreland as Sports Reporter Dan Mullane as Messenger Rosemary Murphy as Adoption Coordinator Paul Navarra as Sports Reporter David Ogden Stiers as Laius Georgette Pasare as Porno Film Star Bray Poor as On-camera Helicopter Pilot Steven Randazzo as Bud Michael Rapaport as Kevin Tucker Robin as Infant Max Craig Sechler as Chorus Valda Setterfield as Greek Chorus Tony Sirico as Boxing Trainer Mira Sorvino as Linda Ash Bill Timoney as Chorus Sven Toorvald as Greek Chorus Nolan Tuffy as Two-Year-Old Max Lisa Vidal as Chorus Jack Warden as Tiresias Peter Weller as Jerry Bender Bruce Winant as Chorus
in the orchestra
the Greek chorus would strike us as artificial, and their chanting and dancing would add to the feelings of ritual. the chorus consisted of fifteen men in masks that would relay the information that was preformed on the stage
The Chorus in Electra, the Greek tragedy by Euripides, consisted of the virgin country women from Mycenae.
In ancient Greece, the chorus was the song in the play, where the people would sing at the end of the play.
In ancient Greek tragedy, the number of actors was limited to three, but the chorus and chorus leader could also be used.
One of the characteristics of Greek comedy is the dancing chorus. Those in the chorus were often in animal costumes. Another characteristic is the masks worn by the actors.
to praise the gods
Go to google images and type in greek chorus masks.