== == A group of actors who function as a unit, called a chorus, was a characteristic feature of the Greek tragedy. The members of the chorus shared a common identity, such as Asian Bacchantes or old men of Thebes. The choragos (leader of the chorus) sometimes spoke and acted separately. In some of the plays, the chorus participated directly in the action; in others they were restricted in observing the action and commenting on it. The chorus also separated the individual sins by singing and dancing choral odes, though just what the singing and dancing were like is uncertain. The odes were in strict metrical patterns; sometimes they were direct comments on the action and characters, and at other times they were more general statements and judgments. A chorus in Greek fashion is not common in later plays, although there are instances such as T.S. Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral, in which the Women of Canterbury serve as a chorus.
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.
I guess drama or chorus
. He made it the center of the drama
Maarit Kaimio has written: 'Antiikin kirjallisuus ja sen vaikutus' -- subject(s): Classical literature, History and criticism 'The chorus of Greek drama within the light of the person and number used' -- subject(s): Chorus (Greek drama), Drama
The purpose of a chorus is to help the actors role become more emphasized throughout the play. The chorus has a few actions here and there and sometimes they have a dance at some stages. HI STONE
The Choragos Plays the lead role of the chorus
Elsie Winifred Helmrich has written: 'The history of the chorus in the German drama' -- subject(s): German drama, History and criticism
In ancient Greek drama a chorus is a group of actors who commented on the action of the play in unison. Those plays were written hundreds of years before Julius Caesar lived. There is no chorus in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
The Chorus still plays an integral part in modern theatre. In ancient Greek theatre, the Chorus would emphasize the main points of the plot line, just as the ensemble emphasizes the themes in song in modern musical theatre.
The chorus does. In Greek drama that is a group of actors who come on stage and set the scene, but in Shakespeare it is one person.
I wonder if you mean 'antistrophe'. In ancient Greek Drama the chorus delivering an ode would move across the stage in one direction (the strophe) and then turn and move in the opposite direction (the antistrophe). But since in rhetoric an apostrophe means a diversion or digression, I suppose that the turning point when the chorus switches from strophe to antistrophe could be considered an apostrophe too.
The chorus in Romeo and Juliet is one person. Although a director could decide to have more than one person saying the chorus's lines, it was not designed that way. The function of the Chorus in Greek drama was to comment on what was going on in the play, and consisted of a group or groups of people. Shakespeare retained the function but not the form; his chorus comments on the action but does not consist of a group of people.
Both terms refer to ancient Greek drama. Strophe = the first of two movements made by a chorus during the performance of a choral ode. Antistrophe = the second of two movements made by a chorus during the performance of a choral ode.
The answer is two (2): A Chorus Line and Rent.
The chorus in an opera serves the same function as a chorus in Classic Greek Dramatic theatre. This is usually a narrative role, to underscore the drama in the story. The difference is that the opera chorus sings, of course. ========== While there are a few operas in which the chorus is an outside narrator and commentator, in most operas the chorus is part of the story, portraying the citizens of a village, or the sailors on the Dutchman's ship, or the followers of a captain, or the maids to Aida, or the friends of Butterfly, or the attendees at Cinderella's ball or Lucia's wedding celebration; you get the picture. They're groups of people, armies, villagers, friends, enemies, in the background, but part of the story.
The cast of Joseph 2000 - 2000 includes: Leesa Aldrich as Child Chorus Terri Armstrong as Child Chorus Bridget Askey as Child Chorus Jordin Barber as Child Chorus Narita Beckett as Chorus Ashleigh Blummont as Child Chorus Fiona Boddy as Child Chorus Lynne Burgess as Chorus Doug Cardiff as Simeon Oliver Carr as Child Chorus Kylie Chapman as Child Chorus Hannah Cocks as Child Chorus Shane Cortese as Pharaoh Sarah Cousins as Child Chorus Kathi Craig as Mrs. Potiphar Josh Crayford as Child Chorus Janine Deller as Chorus Edward Dever as Child Chorus Hamish Drake as Child Chorus Claire Duncan as Child Chorus Helen Durham as Child Chorus Maruna Engu as Chorus Glen Eustace as Chorus Samantha Feyen as Child Chorus Jessie Feyen as Child Chorus Annika Feyen as Chorus Candice Forster as Child Chorus Charlotte Frith as Child Chorus Roger Gannon as Chorus Andrew Gore as Chorus Keri Harper as Narrator Ashleigh Holmes as Child Chorus Innes Jephson as Benjamin Jane Kensington as Child Chorus Maryanne Kensington as Chorus Rebakah Love as Chorus Andrea Lundy as Chorus Blair Macbeth as Isaachar Rachel Meurk as Child Chorus Steph Milne as Chorus Elyse Moore as Child Chorus Bob Nicholls as Chorus Shane Nieuwkoop as Child Chorus Kane Parsons as Asher Barry Pilcher as Chorus Megan Pirret as Child Chorus Anna Potton as Child Chorus Sophie Prebble as Child Chorus Crystal Redshaw as Child Chorus Antony Riley as Chorus Emily Roper as Child Chorus Nathalie Rosenbrook as Child Chorus Stephanie Rowe as Child Chorus Chanel Saunders as Child Chorus Steve Sayer as Levi Corbyn Scott as Child Chorus Shaun Taiaki as Judah Sonny Tamati as Child Chorus Melissa Thake as Child Chorus Judith Thomas as Chorus Jerome Winterburn as Joseph
He added a third actor and combined three plays into one play. He also increased the number of chorus members. This allowed greater possibilities in drama.
The cast of The Trio of Minuet - 2003 includes: Christine Adame as Chorus of Townspeople Joel Alvarado as Waiter Katie Arbuckle as Chorus of Jokesters Robbie Baker as Waiter Jennifer Banister as Chorus of Eaters Ashley Basten as Chorus of Townspeople Allie Battocletti as Chorus of Singers Valerie Benakis as Chorus of Townspeople Abigail Berger as Chorus of Sleepers Katie Beth Watson as Chorus of Townspeople Haylie Black as Chorus of Townspeople Tyler Blount as Chorus of Sleepers Anna Boch as Chorus of Townspeople Kimberly Bredehoeft as Chorus of Singers Rochelle Briccoe as Chorus of Townspeople Jocelyn Brousseau as Chorus of Townspeople Brittanie Brune as Chorus of Eaters Kathryn Brunton as Chorus of Singers Stephani Burgess as Chorus of Eaters Elizabeth Burkholder as Chorus of Singers Megan Byers as Chorus of Townspeople Michelle Caudie as Chorus of Sleepers Josiah Cavanaugh as Chorus of Jokesters Philine Cheng as Chorus of Townspeople Tessa Click as Chorus of Sleepers Tara Cody as Chorus of Singers Hunter Corben as Chorus of Townspeople Lauren Cottingham as Chorus of Townspeople Andrew Cronk as Waiter Matthew Crossen as Chorus of Sleepers Joey Crune as Chorus of Eaters Megan Dearth as Chorus of Eaters Rachel Deremiah as Chorus of Singers Erica Dickerson as Chorus of Townspeople Emma Diebold as Chorus of Sleepers Paige Dowe as Chorus of Singers Kelley Dragoo as Chorus of Eaters Cori Drummer as Chorus of Jokesters Jeff Edenberg as Waiter Jessica Elmore as Chorus of Townspeople Samuel Elmore as Waiter Sara Ferriell as Chorus of Townspeople Jannica Ferry as Chorus of Sleepers Jessica Finchum as Moyra the Mayor Benton Fletcher as Chorus of Singers Amanda Fletcher as Philomena the Philosopher Sean Freese as Chorus of Townspeople Katie Gasiorowski as Chorus of Singers Elizabeth Gawthrop as Chorus of Townspeople Nickia Gibson as Chorus of Townspeople Anthony Gipson as Waiter Billy Gosnell as Chorus of Townspeople Bryce Greider as Waiter Paul Grubbs as Chorus of Sleepers Robert Hailey as Chorus of Townspeople Erin Handy as Chorus of Eaters Rachel Heinhuis as Chorus of Eaters Bethany Hensley as Chorus of Townspeople Ashley Hermanson as Chorus of Eaters Stephanie Hinkle as Chorus of Eaters Danielle Hurt as Babysitter Sophia Jacobs as Chorus of Singers Elizabeth Jamison as Chorus of Singers Moriah Justin as Susie Drew Kanzler as Chorus of Singers Josh Karnek as Chorus of Eaters Caryl King as Chorus of Singers Philip Kirk as Chorus of Townspeople Page Kirkpatrick as Chorus of Jokesters Alex Kohne as Chorus of Sleepers Nicholas Kohne as Waiter Amy LaGrange as Chorus of Singers Krista Langtermar as Chorus of Singers Alice Laramore as Chorus of Singers Brent Lasher as Chorus of Townspeople Megan Lehman as Chorus of Eaters Emily Loeb as Turnip Hannah Lutgring as Chorus of Townspeople Emily Mansfield as Chorus of Townspeople Jacob Mason as Chorus of Eaters Samuel McKanney as Chorus of Jokesters Melissa McMahan as Waitress 1 Mindy Meurer as Doh Patrick Meyer as Chorus of Townspeople Katie Moberg as Chorus of Eaters Dan Molitor as Chorus of Townspeople Corrina Morris as Chorus of Singers Anne Moss as Chorus of Eaters Ben Moy as Waiter Lyndsey Moy as Waitress 2 Elliot Nelson as Chorus of Eaters Jared Norman as Chorus of Sleepers Lauren Overhage as Chorus of Eaters Sarah Paetzmanm as Chorus of Singers Victoria Patterson as Chorus of Singers Jonathan Patton as Chorus of Eaters James Patton as Dervish the Dance Instructor Kaitlin Peine as Chorus of Singers Sara Prichett as Susie Lindsay Quyle as Chorus of Townspeople Abby Ray as Chorus of Sleepers Alyssa Reeves as Chorus of Singers Betsy Reiff as Chorus of Singers Nadia Robinson as Madolyn Leela Rothenberg as Turnip Adrienne Runge as Chorus of Townspeople Chisato Sakamoto as Chorus of Singers Amy Sato as Chorus of Singers Lauren Schelle as Chorus of Singers Megan Schmoll as Chorus of Singers Sharla Scott as Chorus of Townspeople Toure Scott as Susie Stephen Sherrill as Waiter Audra Sloan as Chorus of Singers Janie Smith as Chorus of Sleepers Rose Soliven as Chorus of Singers Mollie Tavel as Chorus of Singers Chelsea Templeton as Chorus of Sleepers Brittany Thomas as Chorus of Sleepers Felicia Tilford as Chorus of Jokesters Brianna Tull as Chorus of Townspeople Lee Wadlington as Waiter Chelsea Walker as Chorus of Townspeople Ben Waters as Chorus of Eaters Monika Wathen as Chorus of Townspeople Anna Wendt as Chorus of Sleepers Elise Whitaker as Chorus of Jokesters Eliza Woodyard as Chorus of Eaters Allison Wootan as Chorus of Eaters Kara Wright
the main parts are verse1, pre-chorus, chorus, verse2, chorus, verse3, chorus, and bridge
The main character in a drama or other literary work.In ancient Greek drama, the first actor to engage in dialogue with the chorus, in later dramas playing the main character and some minor characters as well.A leading or principal figure.The leader of a cause; a champion.
The cast of The Mikado - 1967 includes: Glyn Adams as Chorus Peggy Ann Jones as Pitti-Sing George Cook as Go-To Katherine Dyson as Chorus Mercia Glossop as Chorus Neville Grave as Chorus Abby Hadfield as Chorus John Hugill as Chorus Thomas Lawlor as Pish-Tush Peter Lodwick as Chorus Gordon Mackenzie as Chorus Susan Maisey as Chorus Jennifer Marks as Chorus Marian Martin as Chorus Ralph Mason as Chorus Valerie Masterson as Yum-Yum Norma Millar as Chorus Alfred Oldridge as Chorus Christene Palmer as Katisha Alison Parker as Chorus Philip Potter as Nanki-Poo Anthony Raffell as Chorus David Rayson as Chorus John Reed as Ko-Ko Vera Ryan as Chorus Abigail Ryan as Chorus Kenneth Sandford as Pooh-Bah Anne Sessions as Chorus Anna Vincent as Chorus Pauline Wales as Peep-Bo John Webley as Chorus Howard Williamson as Chorus