How was tragedy different from comedy in ancient Greek theater?

Ancient tragedy and comedy were born out of the Dionysian festivals. The participants in these processions were dressed in masks of satyrs – the retinue of this god of winemaking. According to Aristotle’s Poetics, there were great differences between these two types of ancient drama. The heroes of tragedies have always been people of high status, and in comedies of the low class and various marginals. Tragedy always describes famous events that really existed in history or myths, and comedy ridicules everyday life, depicting and inventing various situations of everyday life.

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