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Introduction to Drama

What is drama?• Drama is a type of literature telling a story, which is intended to be performed to an audience on the stage.• Generally, while drama is the printed text of a play, the word theatre often refers to the actual production of the text on the stage. Theatre thus involves action taking place on the stage, the lighting, the scenery, the accompanying music, the costumes, the atmosphere, and so on.

Lessons

Element and Characteristics of Drama 1

Length: 13 minutesAuthor: RextorialComplexity: Standard

Drama is a type of literature telling a story, which is intended to be performed to an audience on the stage.• Generally, while drama is the printed text of a play, the word theatre often refers to the actual production of the text on the stage. Theatre thus involves action taking place on the stage, the lighting, the scenery, the accompanying music, the costumes, the atmosphere, and so on.

Element and Characteristics of Drama 2

Length: 15 minutesAuthor: RextorialComplexity: Standard

Drama is a type of literature telling a story, which is intended to be performed to an audience on the stage.• Generally, while drama is the printed text of a play, the word theatre often refers to the actual production of the text on the stage. Theatre thus involves action taking place on the stage, the lighting, the scenery, the accompanying music, the costumes, the atmosphere, and so on.

Types of Drama 3

Length: 16 minutesAuthor: RextorialComplexity: Standard

What is drama? Drama is a unique and distinctive genre of literature. Drama definition is a narrative presented by actors/actors on a stage through dialogue/monologue and live-action. Usually, dramas are…

Types of Drama 4

Length: 8 minutesAuthor: RextorialComplexity: Standard

Drama is a unique and distinctive genre of literature. Drama definition is a narrative presented by actors/actors on a stage through dialogue/monologue and live-action. Usually, dramas are stories that are acted. Through the combination of performance, music, dance, props, etc; the audience is able to feel like a part of the action. This is what makes drama a unique genre of literature.