problems regarding the play are explored:
1) Does this play display verisimilitude by exhibiting each of its three components (reality, morality and universality)?
2) Is this play ‘regular'? Meaning, does it encompass the proper features for its genre and avoid the mixing genres.
3) Does this play pursue the rule of decorum?
4) Does this play accomplish the dual function of theatre?
5) Does the play encompass the proper number of acts?
6) Does the play follow the three unities? (Unity of time, unity of place and the unity of action)
7) In general, how well do you think this play meets up the neo-classical ideal?