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a popular entertainment area from late 17th century

le boulevard du temple

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the influence of pantomime lingered on from the era when popular entertainment was not allowed a _______

speaking voice

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Le boulevard du temple attracted

ordinary people

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Le boulevard du temple has performed ____

Monkey

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Regulation of Boulevard

before the french revolution; Mute

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During the revolution 'Liberation of the theatres"

the Law of 13 January 1791

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Because of the Law of 13 January 1791

a lot of Theatre opened

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Types of theatre on the Boulevard

Propagandistic pantomimes
melo-drame
Harlequinade pantomime
vaudeville

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Musical underscoring/exaggerated physical action/pantomime dialogue/

melo-drame

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best exemplified by Deburau at the Funambules

Harlequinade pantomime

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Light comic sketches with snatches of popular melody

Vaudeville

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Le boulevard du temple became known as

Boulevard of Crime because of the crimes committed in the Melodramas

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________ characters endured affictions
(ex) orpahned, Blind, one armed or one legged)

Innocent

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most ______for those who remembered when popular theatre was allowed no speaking voice; the mute

piteous

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Le boulevard du temple has _______

Parades

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Melo-drame

pantomime dialoguee or "the tragedy of the masses"

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Le paradis =

le poulaillier(the god)

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout wrote

120 plays, mostly melodrams

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout's first play

Victor or the Child of the Forest

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout's 1st great success

Coelina or the Child of Mystery

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Jean Gaspard Deburau's stage name

"Baptiste" at Theatre des funambules

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Louis Daguerre

invented photography

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout has

colorful life story

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout was

wealthy

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout was at risk during

revolution and reign of terror

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout was inspired by

Kotzebue and became equally popular

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout did

machinery Scenery

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout was

prolific author of melodramas

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Rene Charles Guilbert de Pixerecout's scenery had

more 3-dimensional pieces

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Characteristics of Melodrama
- clear _________

distinction between good and evil

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Characteristics of Melodrama
- suspenseful _____________

action with musical underscoring

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Characteristics of Melodrama
- ________ relief

comic

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Characteristics of Melodrama
- virtue ________

triumphs and vice is defeated

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Characteristics of Melodrama
-___________________ were popular

performing animals

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variety entertain & performed without dialogue

pantomime

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popular stage of pantomimes

Deburau

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the top gallery of the theatre (hot/crowded/occupied)

paradise

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short(1, 2 or 3 act) light situation comedies interested with snatches of song with new words for popular melodies

Vaudeville

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Vaudeville never

5 acts

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scenic designer at Opera & on blvd

Pierre Luc Charles Ciceri

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Debut at Comedie- Francaise

Francois Joseph Talma

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Francois Joseph Talma revolution in

costuming

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1807 Napoleon

decree regulating theatres

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Comedie Francise
Odeon
Opera
Opera comique

first class theatres"The Romans"

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I Ambigu Comque
Vaudeville
Varietes
Gaite
Porte Saint Martin

Second Class theatres

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Mademoiselle George was

Marguerite-Josephine Weymer

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1814, De l'Allemagne by

Mme de Stael

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Racine et Shakespeare by

Stendhal

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Anthony is about

social issue; reputation

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why he is outside

illegitimacy, no parents or last name

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In France, alot of children

with illegitimacy

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Anthony is

romantic hero

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the Evening party is

dramatic

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Anthony killed

Adele

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Adele married to

Colonel

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Adele's sister

Clara