History of Western Theatre: 17th Century to Now
History of Western Theatre
17th Century to Now
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Introduction
17th century English
From the Elizabethan period, English theatre developed to Jacobean and Caroline styles, offering in general more cynical tragedies and darker comedies. Restoration theatre emphasized the satiric to the detriment of romantic comedy, unlike Shakespeare who featured both aspects.
17th century French
17th century Spanish
18th century English
18th century French
18th century Spanish
18th century Italian
18th century German
18th century Scandinavian
19th century English
19th century French
19th century Spanish
19th century Italian
19th century German
19th century Russian
19th century Scandinavian
19th century American
20th century English
20th century French
20th century Spanish
20th century Latin American
20th century Italian
20th century German
20th century Russian
20th century Scandinavian
20th century East European
20th century American
20th century Canadian
21st century English
21st century French
21st century Italian
21st century Spanish
21st century Latin American
21st century German
21st century Russian
21st century Scandinavian
21st century East European
21st century American
21st century Canadian
Added material
See also the Wikibook History of Western Theatre: Greeks to Elizabethans.
Wikiversity has learning materials about Collaborative play writing
Last edited on 27 September 2021, at 19:04
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