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  • 625 BC : Dithyrambic Chorus. 625 BC: Arion of Corinth, a performer of Greece, invented the dithyrambic chorus. ...
  • 534 BC: Thespis won. ...
  • 530 BC: Tragedy. ...
  • 525 BC: First playwright for Tragedy. ...
  • 500 BC: Satiric Drama. ...
  • 496 BC: Sophocles. ...
  • 485 BC: Euripides. ...
  • 458 BC: Aeschylus' Oresteia.
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The choros, originally danced in a circle by temple virgins, is the centrepiece of the developing Greek theatre. c. 600 BC. Narrative history in ...
TIMELINE OF SIGNIFICANT DATES · 536-533 BC Thespis, a Dionysian priest, acted out a Dionysiac myth through spoken dialogue · 500 BC Pratinus introduces the 'Satyr ...
The Greek theater consisted essentially of the orchestra, the flat dancing floor of the chorus, and the theatron, the actual structure of the theater building.
Sophocles, another main tragedy playwright was born. Sophocles wrote many great Greek tragedies such as Ajax (445 BC) Antigone (441 BC), and Oedipus the ...
1. History ... The beginnings of Western theatre date back to Ancient Greece in the 6th century B.C. The earliest performances occurred in 534 BC at a play ...
Greek ; Dionysus. 1500 BC ; Classical Athens. 1412 BC - 088 BC ; Anthesteria (Approximate Start). 1010 BC - 990 BC ; Choregus. 0700 BC - 0601 BC ; Dithyrambs. 600 BC.
534, Tragedy is included in the festival of the Great Dionysia in Athens by tyrant ... 442, Third actor and a chorus of 15 by Sophocles, Antigone.