Table of contents for The theatricality of Greek tragedy : playing space and chorus / Graham Ley.

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Contents
Preface
	Scope of the Book
	Rationale for the Diagrams and Drawings
	Further Comments and Acknowledgments
1	THE PLAYING SPACE
	The Scripts and the Playing Space
	The Surviving Tragedies of Aeschylus and Early Tragic Performance
	Choros, Actors/Characters, and Playing Space in the Earlier Tragedies of Aeschylus
		Persians
		Suppliants
		Seven against Thebes
	Composition for the Playing Space in Aeschylus¿s Oresteia
		Agamemnon
		Libation Bearers
		Eumenides
	Realizing the Tragic Playing Space after Aeschylus
	Altars and Tombs in the Playing Space after Aeschylus
	Performers and Vehicles in the Playing Space
	Three Kinds of Vocal Delivery in Tragedy
	Movement and Dancing in the Playing Space
	Actors/Characters and Choros: Chanting, Singing and Dancing in the Playing Space
	Appendix A: Chronology of the Surviving Plays
2	THE CHORUS
	The Choros in Epic
	Composition for the Choros
	Music: Meter or Measure, Melody, and Mode
		Meter
		Melody and Modes
	Dancing
	Strophe, Antistrophe, and Choreia
	Dithyrambs
	The Theatrical Choroi: Definitions and Distinctions
	Appendix B: Time Line for Chapter Two
Conclusion
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Greek drama (Tragedy) -- History and criticism.
Theater -- Greece -- History -- To 500.
Drama -- Technique.