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    Plot structure in drama consists of three parts, protasis, epitasis, and catastrophe. The protasis is your introduction and rising action. This is where your main characters and your conflict are introduced. You then reach the epistasis. The epistasis is the climax of the drama. This is where all of your main action takes place. After the epistasis there is the catastrophe which is your falling action and resolution.

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