Greek Theater Unit #1 Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: aeschylus: playwright known for the introduction of the second actor, invention of the trilogy and theater ‘spectacle’, athens: central city in greece where theater was celebrated and adored, euripides: playwright known as the bad boy of ancient greek tragedy, a rebellious dramatist who rejected many of the formal structural elements of drama, tragedy: a play that recounts an important series of events in the life of a significant person which culminates into an unhappy catastrophe. goat song, satyr: a nature spirit with ears and a tail resembling those of a horse, known as lovers of wine, music, and dancing. they were companions of the god dionysus, satire: a comedy where vices, follies, abuses, and shortcomings are held up to ridicule, often with the intent of shaming or exposing the perceived flaws of individuals, sophocles: playwright credited with the introduction of the third actor, making the chorus 15 members and 1st use of scene painting. , dionysus: greek god of wine, harvest, theater, festivals and revelry, bacchus: roman god of wine, harvest, theater, festivals and revelry, aristophanes: most famous comedy and satire playwright of greek times with political commentary.