2) There enters a Chorus, sympathetic or hostile.
3) There is a set debate (agon) about the idea.
4) The Chorus turns and addresses the audience in a parabasis- perhaps a relic of the mockeries flung at bystanders by the old phallic mummers.
5) A series of farcical episodes arises from putting the original idea into practice.
6) All ends in a rebel scene - feast or wedding; a further relic of the primitive merrymaking.