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					THE CHARACTERISTICS OF
    DRAMATIC TEXT
CHARACTERISTICS OF DRAMATIC TEXT?
DRAMATIC TEXT IS A TYPE OF TEXT THAT IS
WRITTEN TO BE REPRESENTED. ? NORMALLY
NOT HAVE HIM AND NARRATOR predominates
SPEECH AT THE SECOND PERSON (TU / YE). ?
BEYOND THIS TYPE OF SPEECH, THE
DRAMATIC TEXT presupposes APPEAL TO
SIGN LANGUAGE, AND TO sonoplastia lighting
technique.
  DRAMATIC FORMS OF GENDER


O DRAMATIC TEXT MAY ARISE AS A? •
TRAGEDY? • COMEDY? • DRAMA? • EPIC
THEATRE? • MODERN THEATRE
  DRAMATIC TEXT IS COMPOSED OF TWO
    TYPES OF TEXT:? 1. MAIN TEXT - THE
    ACTORS 'speeches,? INCORPORATED? •
  MONOLOGUE - A CHARACTER, TALKING?
SAME CAN, EXPOSED TO THE PUBLIC? YOUR
     THOUGHTS AND / OR FEELINGS;? •
   DIALOGUE - speeches BETWEEN TWO OR
 MORE? CHARACTER;? • asides - COMMENTS
      OF A? CHARACTER FOR PUBLIC
 UNDERSTANDING? THAT IS NOT FOR YOUR
           EARS? QUESTIONER..
2nd. TEXT SUB (OR stage directions, OR
PARTICULAR scenic) IS INTENDED TO THE READER,
THE director OR THE ACTORS. ? ? CONSISTS OF:? -
FOR INITIAL LIST OF CHARACTERS;? - THE
INFORMATION ON THE STRUCTURE OF FOREIGN
PIECE (DIVISION IN ACTS, SCENES OR PICTURES)? -
BY INDICATION ON THE SCENE AND WARDROBE OF
CHARACTERS; ? - BY INDICATIONS ON HANDLING
OF CHARACTERS ON STAGE, aTTITUDES TO BE
TAKEN, THE DEEDS THAT SHOULD DO OR intonation
VOICE WITH THAT should speak the words ...
EINTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STRUCTURE? ? EXTERNAL
STRUCTURE - THE THEATRE AND TRADITIONAL CLASSIC
presupposed DIVISIONS IN:? * ACTS - CORRESPONDING
TO CHANGE? SCENARIOS? * SCENES - EQUIVALENT TO
CHANGE? CHARACTERS IN SCENE? INTERNAL
STRUCTURE - A PART OF DIVIDE UP IN THEATRE:? *
EXHIBITION - PRESENTATION OF CHARACTER AND?
BACKGROUND OF THE ACTION? * CONFLICT - SET OF
MAKING shenanigans? ACTION PROGRESS? * Denouement
- OUTCOME OF DRAMATIC ACTION
              CHARACTER
  ? CLASSIFICATION FOR YOUR DESIGN:

* CHARACTER OR FLAT-TYPE - NOT MODIFY
                YOUR
     BEHAVIOR ALONG THE ACTION.
            REPRESENTING
  A GROUP SOCIAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL OR
            PROFESSIONAL

  * Modeled or ROUND - THE evolve over
    ACTION, AS THEIR ATTITUDES AND
           BEHAVIOUR GOING UP
CHANGING AND, EVEN SO, MAY SURPRISE
             The SPECTATOR.
   ? CLASSIFICATION FOR THE RELIEF:
 ? * MAIN CHARACTER OR PROTAGONIST
       ? * SECONDARY CHARACTER
                ? * Extras
               CHARACTER
TYPES OF CHARACTERIZATION:

* DIRECT - GIFTS FROM THE ELEMENTS
NAS stage directions, DESCRIPTION OF ASPECTS
PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL, IN OTHER WORDS
CHARACTERS, THE WORDS OF A CHARACTER
PURPOSE OF ITSELF.

* INDIRECT - FROM THE BEHAVIOUR,
ATTITUDES AND DEEDS A LEADING THE SPECTATOR
TAKING THEIR OWN CONCLUSIONS ON
CHARACTERISTICS OF CHARACTERS.
                  SPACE
SPACE - SPACE It FEATURED IN SCENIC
Stage directions, WHICH APPEAR ON PARTICULAR
DETAILS OF SCENERY, EFFECTS OF LIGHT AND SOUND.

Coexist NORMALLY TWO TYPES OF SPACE:

* AREA REPRESENTED - MADE BY
SCENARIOS WHERE unfolds ACTION AND
Equivalent to PHYSICAL SPACE THAT WANT
RECREATE ON STAGE

* Alluded SPACE - TO MATCH
REFERENCES TO OTHER THAN THE SPACES
REPRESENTED.
                   TIME

REPRESENTATION OF TIME - TIME OF? CONFLICT
ON STAGE? * TIME OR ACTION OF HISTORY - The (S)
YEAR (S) OR? A SEASON IN THE CONFLICT
unfolding? DRAMATIC? * TIME WRITING OR
PRODUCTION OF WORK -? HEIGHT IN WHICH THE
AUTHOR conceived the PART
          AUTHOR'S INTENTIONS
WHEN WRITING A PIECE OF THEATRE, The
DRAMATIST MAY HAVE ONE INTENTION? * Moralizing
- DISTINGUISH GOOD EVIL, TO? SHOW THAT GOOD
ALWAYS WINS? * Playful OR EVASION -
ENTERTAINMENT, DE? FUN, LAUGHING? * CRITICISM
REGARDING THE COMPANY OF YOUR TIME? *
DIDACTIC - TRANSMIT AN INSIGHT

				
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Description: THE CHARACTERISTICS OF DRAMATIC TEXT THE CHARACTERISTICS OF DRAMATIC TEXTDRAMATIC TEXT IS A TYPE OF TEXT THAT IS WRITTEN TO BE REPRESENTED. ? NORMALLY NOT HAVE HIM AND NARRATOR predominates SPEECH AT THE SECOND PERSON (TU / YE). ? BEYOND THIS TYPE OF SPEECH, THE DRAMATIC TEXT presupposes APPEAL TO SIGN LANGUAGE, AND TO sonoplastia lighting technique.