Drama here refers to a play, or a literary composition intended to portray life or character or to tell a story usually involving conflicts and emotions exhibited through action and dialogue, designed for theatrical performance. The resulting literary traditions reflect the full spectrum of thought as history allows us to know it. A dramatist, or playwright, is one who writes plays. Dramatist can also refer to a person involved in the art of composing, writing, acting, or producing plays. In this category are found sites and categories relating to playwrights, their literary works, and the artistic environments and traditions in which they worked.
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Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama
An Oxford project working towards the establishment of the international history of ancient drama in performance. Provides details on the project, events, and publications, as well as images and related links.
EServer Drama Collection
Collection of original plays and screenplays, criticism and links to other sites concerned with theatre.
Discussion of Jacobean Revels and the Erotics of Occasion.
Greek and Roman Comedy
A history of the comic drama, focusing on its origins and development in the works of Aristophanes, Menander, Plautus and Terence.
An index of monologues for actors.
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