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HUMX1100 Quiz 5 - Fall 2019

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    cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_001--><p>Ancient Greeks believed drama was</p><p>a substitute for real life.</p><p>a gift from the god, Dionysus.</p><p>a way to influence the public.</p><p>All the choices are correct.</p>answer_2100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_002--><p>Aeschylus was</p><p>an ancient playwright and director.</p><p>a Greek god of the theater.</p><p>the first dramatic play.</p><p>None are correct</p>answer_1100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_003--><p>In ancient Greek theater, the chorus</p><p>was made up of twelve to fifty men.</p><p>interacted with the leading characters and the audience.</p><p>was accompanied by woodwind and percussion instruments.</p><p>All the choices are correct.</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_004--><p>Comedy in Western drama has been shaped by</p><p>farce.</p><p>satire.</p><p>commedia dell&#8242; arte.</p><p>All the choices are correct.</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_005--><p>Dramatic styles include</p><p>realism and symbolism.</p><p>constructivism and absurdism</p><p>expressionism and Epic Theater.</p><p>All the choices are correct.</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_006--><p>The intent of words, the motives, and reasons behind them, can be defined as</p><p>sublime.</p><p>subtext.</p><p>real meaning.</p><p>actual meaning.</p>answer_2100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_007--><p>The most crucial elements when comparing two productions of the same play are</p><p>the money spent and publicity.</p><p>the authenticity of costumes.</p><p>the actors&#8217; interpretations.</p><p>the critics&#8217; opinions.</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_008--><p>Sensation and spectacular effects are effective substitutes for substance.</p>TrueFalsefalse100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_009--><p>Shakespeare, like Moliere, was both an actor and a writer.</p>TrueFalsetrue100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_010--><p>Catharsis means that audiences empathize with characters enough to care what happens to them.</p>TrueFalsetrue100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_011--><p>The element of spectacle refers to the drama&#8217;s production and includes every phase of staging.</p>TrueFalsetrue100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_012--><p>Characters in a farce are tragic and emotional, and the plot is usually serious.</p>TrueFalsefalse100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_013--><p>&nbsp;Today, drama, in all it&#8217;s forms no longer functions as a powerful medium to communicate ideas.</p>TrueFalsefalse100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_014--><p>The hanamichi found in kabuki theaters is</p><p>a male actor specialized in performing female roles.</p><p>a revolving stage.</p><p>a ramp leading from the stage to the rear of the theater.</p><p>None of the above</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_015--><p>Most Greek scholars agree that the first Greek theaters were wooden benches built into a hillside.</p>TrueFalsetrue100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_016--><p>The word kabuki means</p><p>fantasy.</p><p>pantomime.</p><p>song, dance, acting.</p><p>All the choices are correct.</p>answer_3100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_017--><p>The main character in a tragedy whose fortunes the audience follows is the</p><p>antagonist</p><p>catharsis</p><p>procenium</p><p>protagonist</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_018--><p>Serious criticism aimed at the betterment of society but accomplished through laughter is called</p><p>comedy.</p><p>farce.</p><p>parody.</p><p>satire.</p>answer_4100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_019--><p>A kind of play where every element of language or action advances the plot is a</p><p>comedy of character and manners.</p><p>well-made play.</p><p>farce.</p><p>None of the above.</p>answer_2100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1cc_weighting1qmd_computerscoredYes<!--RsQ_020--><p>If you attend a play in an open-air octagonal structure whose characters speak in verse and stage props are few, you&#8217;re probably watching</p><p>commedia dell&#8242; arte.</p><p>Elizabethan drama.</p><p>Greek drama.</p><p>neoclassical drama.<br>&nbsp; </p>answer_2100
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