Chorus

July 24, 2011 § 1 Comment

Chorus is a large astral entity that is attracted to situations of dramatic action. It is composed of many members and enjoys commenting on what is happening. They can be useful if you are observing the dramatic action and are unsure as to what people are thinking. Chorus can clarify motives and give insights into the thoughts of those involved in the action. If you want to meet Chorus, it is advised to put on a production of any of Shakespeare’s more dramatic plays in an outdoor venue.

 

1. The group of actors that performed the chorus and served as major participants in, commentators on, or as a supplement to the main action of the drama.

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