Origins of Medieval Drama and its Forms in England
After the fall of the Roman Empire during the fifth and sixth centuries, organized dramatic was nowhere to be found for several centuries. Suppressed by the Christian Church, the corrupt theatre that typified Roman Drama was no more. The only theatrical tradition to survive the death of the Roman theatre was that of the wandering actors or mimes.
Having been removed from classical influences for about five centuries, the drama of Medieval Europe developed from ritualistic beginnings. "Although the church had been the obdurate enemy of the decadent classic stage, it inevitably promoted a…
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