How can comedy, which ends happily and is intended to provoke laughter and amusement, actually be quite depressing? What's your "take" on this?
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Theater in the Ancient Greece was more than just a form of entertainment. It was a place where people could openly speak about important social and political issues. Depending on the ways these messages were conveyed to audience, Greek theater plays took one of the following 3 forms: satyr plays, tragedy, or comedy. Comedy is always written with an intention to provoke laughter and amusement. But hidden in between the script lines and the masks of actors lays a depressing reminder about vices which hide in every human waiting to emerge to the surface....