Usually, the play would start out normally. It’s a typical plot involving regular people doing their thing. The plot would progress until a certain point in time where, out of nowhere, something weird, fantastic or divine happens. Usually, this takes the form of some sort of Greek god or goddess making the scene, and the plot is thrown off track. Things get really crazy really quickly.
A lot of Greek playwrights use this device because it’s a fairly effective way of just introducing a tremendous amount of drama and then develop it in the plot, especially if you don’t have much time to work with.
Along with bands
We see this all the time because we’ve traveled with bands all across the United States from big venues to small venues. We’ve seen this play out in so many ways.
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