Greek Theater Unit #2 Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: orchestra: the playing space; it means “dancing place”, theatron: the theater structure itself, dithyramb: consisted of groups of choral leaders & chorus members dressed as satyrs chanting rhythmically with songs celebrating dionysus, thymele: focal spot acoustically of the orchestra also called the “sweet spot/altar”, masks: used in greek drama to portray character types or character emotions to the entire audience including gender, age, and social rank of the characters, antigone: daughter of jocasta & oedipus, who rebels against creon and later hangs herself in a cave, thespis: known to be the first person to step out of the chorus and create a single actor, spectacle: scenery, props, costumes, make-up, lights, sound, etc, chorus: a set of men who moved in unison, revealed exposition and was originally the dithyramb in greek religious ceremonies, oedipus rex: a tragic hero who murders his father, marries his mother and gouges his eyes out in symbolism for not “seeing” the truth, parados: ramps where entrances were made into the theater, skene: non-permanent building placed at the back of the orchestra. it served as a backstage area, thebes: a central city in greece where many actions and situations in greek plays occur.