Humanities: Films vs. Theatres

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This humanities document is the fourteenth class and we are comparing and contrasting films with theaters/theatres.

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HumanitiesDay 13Operas Grand Operaso Also known as Serious opera Opera seria Tragic Operao Usually has 5 actso Creates heroic subjects usually in highly stylized manner Ex. Gods and heroes of ancient times Ex. Orphus in the Underworld Ex. Exaroyice Opera Comiqueo Opera that has spoken dialogue Note: Comique is not Comedy Opera Baffa (Baffoon)o Usually doesn't have spoken dialogueo Creates serious subjects with either humor or satire Operetta (Light-hearted Opera)o Has spoken dialogue with a light style of opera with popular themes and a romanticmood and often even a humorous toneTypes of Plays Tragedyo Contains an unhappy ending Comedyo Contains a happy ending Tragic Comedyo A combination of drama and comedy Melodrama (musicals)o Drama set to music Performance Arto Performing to music or no music (mostly with

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