Art and Tradition

Examples of Dramatic Works

A work is that intellectual or material production created by the human being that can have two uses: artistic or scientific. The people who create the works are called their authors, regardless of their profession or trade.

The plays are very common type of artistic works. They are those whose center of history is a tragic and sad element, which has its origin in the Greek tragedy that took place 4000 years ago. In the modern era, the authors Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides were the first to promote this artistic genre.

At first they were very popular in Rome, but over time, especially during the 16th century, it spread to other countries in Europe. The works were presented in select places, such as churches and universities. Over time, special enclosures were created to stage these works.

25 Examples of Dramatic Works

  1. Oedipus the King (Sophocles)
  2. Medea (Euripides)
  3. Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare)
  4. Hamlet (William Shakespeare)
  5. Summer Flower
  6. Crime and Punishment
  7. The House of Bernarda Alba (Federico García Lorca)
  8. Talking Wallet (Serapio Sergiovich)
  9. The Changes (Silvina Carrasco)
  10. A Midsummer Night’s Dream (William Shakespeare)
  11. La Celestina (Fernando de Rojas)
  12. Don Juan Tenorio (José de Zorrilla)
  13. Life is a Dream (Pedro Calderón de la Barca)
  14. The Divine Comedy (Dante Alighieri)
  15. The Three Bums (José Luis García)
  16. Dog Lover (Leslye Rivera Casanoba)
  17. Antigone (Sophocles)
  18. Electra (Sophocles)
  19. Locked Cat (Luis Fernando Gallardo León)
  20. The Orestiada (Aeschylus)
  21. Zombie Tweets
  22. The cat and the Mouse
  23. King Lear (William Shakespeare)
  24. The Imaginary Sick (Moliere)
  25. Crime and Punishment (Fedor Dostoiewski)
  26. The Clouds (Aristophanes)
  27. The Assembly of Women (Aristophanes)

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