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Aeschylus The seven against Thebes of Aeschylus

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THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBES

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THE VILLAGE DRAMA SOCIETY
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Drama League

The Society sends out sets of plays for selecand gives advice on questions of production. It will arrange Drama Schools, and provides Lecturers and Adjudicators. The Costume Department makes a speciality of beautiful and accurate historical costume, tion, taking into account not only stage lighting for indoor plays, but distance and daylight on outWell-known portraits have door performances. The department been copied in many instances. can now undertake to dress Pageants, Mystery plays, Shakespeare, Restoration, Eighteenth Century, and early Nineteenth Century plays, as well as Greek drama. Further particulars may be had from :

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PREFACE
Out
of the old festivals of the wine-god, Dionysos, in which songs had been sung by a chorus, dealing with stories of the legendary past, there was developed at Athens, in the fifth century B.C., the drama, in which the old stories were acted. But since the Attic drama was still in theory a piece of religious ritual, carried out in honour of Dionysos, the chorus was retained as a form prescribed by tradition, though its action had somehow to be fitted into the action of the play. It was now given the role of a crowd or group of subordinate persons attached to one or other of the principal…...

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