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Sophocles and The Greek Theatre.
When ancient Greek theatre is referenced to, it normally means Greek theatre in Athens during the fifth century. The ancient Greek theatre actually consisted of loud music, bright colors, and extensive dancing. Their plays showed violence and daily life, social and ethical plays, war, murder, lust and betrayal. Plays were performed in the daytime. The annual drama competitions in Athens were spread over several, entire days. Actors probably wore little or no makeup. Instead, they carried masks with exaggerated facial expressions. They also wore cothornos, or buskins, which were leather boo…
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