Ancient Greek culture started in about 120,000 to 10,000 B.C. The Greeks had a very different outlook of the gods they believed that the gods were always against them no matter what. Some Greek culture is still celebrated today such as some theater performances. Some performances were tributes to the gods. Also the use of music for all sorts of parties and religious events such as church or a celebration of some kind. The thing that almost all people do that the Greeks used to do is pray to their god or gods. All the Greeks did something that people today still do or use to help them with their problems, issues, or just to entertain themselves.
Greeks used to have theaters for entertainment and to pay a tribute to the gods or goddess. We do have plays for the celebration of Jesus Christ’s birth, and we have plays just for our entertainment suck as Romeo and Juliet. The Greek theatre history began with festivals honoring their gods. A god, Dionysus, was honored with a festival called by "City Dionysia". In Athens, during this festival, men used to perform songs to welcome Dionysus. Plays were only presented at City Dionysia festival. Athens was the main center for these theatrical traditions. Athenians spread these festivals to its numerous allies in order to promote a common identity. At the early Greek festivals, the actors, directors, and dramatists were all the same person. After some time, only three actors were allowed to perform in each play. Later few nonspeaking roles were allowed to perform on stage. Due to limited number of actors allowed on stage, the chorus evolved into a very active part of Greek theatre. Tragedy, comedy, and satyr plays were the theatrical forms. Music was often played during the chorus' delivery of its lines.
Greece has a long tradition of music, going back to ancient years. Several gods and goddesses were connected with music and dance and the very word music comes from the Nine Muses of ancient Greece. They were the...