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Eugaepae! It's Ancient Greece!

Aurora, Brittainy, Danielle, and Kate

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Machina where the chorus sang and danced
Ekeclema A wheeled wagon used to bring dead characters into view for the audience
Aristophanes He wrote 80 plays total, including Agamemnon
Aeschylus An exterior cloth worn over the shoulders usually made of wool.
masks The god of wine and good cheer that the festivals were often dedicated to
Progastreda The major writer of comedies; wrote 45 total
Meander Wrote 64 plays; Most famous for The Grouch
Skene back wall often used for scenery
Orchestra Worn by the male actors to imitate female breasts
Parodoi The actors wore these to change their character.
Dionysus Wrote 90 plays total, including Medea, Hippolytus, Orestes, and Heracleidae
Hemateon Tall arches that opened onto the orchestra through which the performers entered
Euripides One of the key qualities of the Greek plays; similar to a narrarator, it moved the story along
Prosterneda A part of the costumes, usually made of linen or silk and it was worn long.
Chorus A crane that gave the impression of a flying actor
Sophocles Writer of the Oedipus Rex, Antigone, and Electra
Chiton Worn by the male actors in front of the belly

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