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In the Middle Ages, theater left the church of moved outside to a secular stage. An interesting video describes the transition from pulpit to public venue, discussing common plot lines and other aspects of medieval drama. Animated summaries of well-known plays show how the plays of the period still relied on religious themes but slowly began to veer into the realm of morality plays.
- Read an excerpt from Everyman, the morality play mentioned in the video, to get a feel for the type of drama produced during the time period
- Watch the next video in the series and track the transition of the theater over time
- References earlier videos in the series that contain key background information
- An engaging speaker gives a thorough overview of the topic
- Supports information with a variety of visual elements
- Packs a lot of information into a short time frame, making it difficult to digest it all