In which of the (Greek & Roman) genres of performance are women thought to have first appeared as performers?
TRUE OR FALSE: Part of the popular appeal of a medieval morality play is its gruesome depiction (through special effects) of the torture, mutilation, suffering, and death of a Catholic saint.
TRUE OR FALSE: Dorian, Aeolian and Lydian are the names given to the choral dances in Greek tragedy, comedy, and satyr plays, respectively.
During the 20th century, a number of lost plays by Menander were discovered in mummy wrappings in archeological excavations in Egypt. When old papyrus (or linen) texts were discarded, they could be recycled by cutting them into strips and combining them with plaster and other materials (glass, stone, pigments, etc.) to create a kind of durable papier-mâché. What is the name for this recycled material used for wrapping mummies?
In which of the following types of theater do actors paint their faces in highly symbolic and colorful geometric patterns instead of wearing masks?
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Of the hundreds of Greek satyr plays written and performed, the only complete example to survive is....(author and title)