NEW: Genre or Formula 2007-2008 DRAMATURGY pages

... sex vs. gender


From GENRE -- 2009 : Director's Mind [ Total Director ] -- regisseur : Story, Hero, Idea
-- Aristotle: Tragedy and Comedy preface

* direct.vtheatre.net/doc/genre

see dictionary/glossary

Chorus Against Hero : Socialist Realism (PopArt)

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genre

G E N R E wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literary_genre

-- where is the page?

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Bakhtin thr theory [ genre theories -- ? ]

... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Well-made_play and formula

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dramaturgy : Dramaturgy is the art of dramatic composition and the representation of the main elements of drama on the stage. Some dramatists combine writing and dramaturgy when creating a drama. Others work with a specialist, called a dramaturge, to adapt a work to the stage.
Dramaturgy can also be defined, more broadly, as shaping a story or like elements into a form that can be acted. Dramaturgy gives the work or the performance a structure. More than actual writing, a dramaturg's work can often be defined as designing.

In western canon the seminal work is Poetics by Aristotle (written around 350 BC). In this work Aristotle observes tragedy and comedy. He draws his conclusions by observing the Greek writers of his own time. Tragedy is his main concern, and he considers Oedipus Rex as the quintessential dramatic work. [...]

Liric, Epic and

Drama: The characters are obviously separate from the writer; in fact, they generally seem to have lives of their own and their speech reflects their individual personalities. The writer is present, of course, in stage directions (which the audience isn't aware of during a performance), and occasionally a character acts as a mouthpiece for the writer.

"Tragic Vision" [ A Guide to the Study of Literature: A Companion Text for Core Studies 6, Landmarks of Literature, İEnglish Department, Brooklyn College. ]

szydlowski Williams : The Glass Menagerie [ updates for dramlit class ]