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Emma's wiki page

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  1. History

Drama or theater is a word that comes from the Greek language and means δράμα "doing" or "acting".


 The realistic drama is divided into genera and genera unrealistic; among the first were inscribed the existing tragedy and comedy, and in the twentieth century came to add the piece of theater and among the latter, the melodrama, and tragicomedy didactic work (also known as classic tragic comedy), recognized as such since the Renaissance.


The theater was born in Greece. Initially, theatrical performances were related to the cult of Dionysus, god of wine and joy, and therefore possessed a sacred character. These representations consisted of hymns dedicated to that divinity. Later, changes were introduced to the songs; thus the drama itself arises. The most important Greek dramatists were: Thespis, him called protagonist, then Aeschylus shows another member of the choir and places to talk with the head of the choir he called it deuteragonist, and finally Sophocles introduced the third actor (triagonista) also introduces the set and increases coreutas.



In this video you can see the hestory of comedy                                               


In this video you can see the Estes park melodrama

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Need for drama: 

-Comfortable clothes:  you can rehearse any character, you only to feel comfortable.
-Special clothes for when you act: You need to concentrate to imagine the personality of that fictional character  and after this, you dress the way that character would dress according to the space and time.


favorite actor



My favorite actor is Leonardo Dicaprio, I find that the heacts in a magnificent way every character acting and therefore their gestures and their faces are very natural. Most of the movies that he has done have become great success, especially one that everyone knows,  Titanic.


DiCaprio's career began with his appearance in several commercials and educational films. After leaving the cast of the children's television series Romper Room for being disruptive for him, at the age of 14, DiCaprio followed his older stepbrother Lolo De La Serna in television commercials, until starred in an ad for the Matchbox brand of car in 1990. He got his debut on television when he was elected in the cast of Parenthood, a series based on the movie of the same name. After Parenthood, DiCaprio played part of roles in several series, including The New Lassie and Roseanne, as well as a brief role in Santa Barbara, playing the young Mason Capwell. His involvement in Parenthood and Santa Barbara gave him a nomination for the Young Artist Award for Bestyoung actor.


My hobby & I

I started drama in September last year.The school I am attending is not just a  hobby, but it is preparing me for a professional career. I have already done some auditions to get in and I have started the 1st year. I finished this first year, the school has decided I can pass to the second year of training. (I got a 9 and a half and I was told I could get into the second year).


In my theater school  Nanci  Tuñon many famous actors have studied there, for example, many who have acted in the popular television series Red bracelets.
I love theater, because women always good and fun, living new experiences because you have to get into the skin of another person, and serves real life, I would continue until graduation.


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Related language:



In drama, a monologue is presented by a single character. The actor often  expresses his  mental thoughts aloud, though sometimes he also addresses himself to another or to the audience. Monologues are common across the range of dramatic media (plays, films,etc.), as well as in non-dramatic media such as poetry.













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