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Greek Tragic Theatre

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Think Gladiators, without the bloodshed.Directly beyond the circular orchestra lies the skene or scene building.Of these, is his Oedipus the King, which is considered by many to be the most perfect of all Greek tragedies.
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Greek Tragic Theatre | Department of Classics

Prometheus Bound (unknown) - The story of the Titan, Prometheus, who gave fire to mankind and was punished for it by Zeus, who chained him to a rock to be eaten by birds day after day. In the third part, the parabasis, the chorus addressed the audience. Gottsacker The tragedy usually begins with a prologue, (from pro and logos, "preliminary speech") in which one or more characters introduce the drama and explain the background of the ensuing story.