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5 Matching Questions

  1. BLOCKING
  2. DRESS REHEARSAL
  3. OPENING
  4. STAGE LEFT
  5. CALL TIME
  1. a SCHEDULED TIME FOR ACTORS AND OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COMPANY TO REPORT TO THE THEATRE TO BEGIN A SHOW OR REHEARSAL
  2. b THE OPENING NIGHT OF A SHOW
  3. c A REHEARSAL WITH THE CAST IN COSTUME
  4. d THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING STAGE POSITION AND MOVEMENT PATTERNS WITH ACTORS
  5. e THE STAGE TO THE LEFT OF THE ACTOR AS THEY FACE THE AUDIENCE

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. PART OF THE STAGE BELOW THE CURTAIN LINE
  2. TWO ACTORS FACING EACH OTHER; BOTH OF EQUAL EMPHASIS
  3. THE PROCESS OF VIEWING ACTORS TO ASSIGN ROLES; NOT SYNONYMOUS WITH THE TERM TRY OUT
  4. A REHEARSAL TECHINQUE TO DISCOVER THE ESSENCE ABOUT A SITUATION, A CHARACTER, OR A RELATIONSHIP THROUGH NON SCRIPTED INTERATION WITH THE OTHER CHARACTERS IN THE SCENE OR ALONE
  5. THE PRODUCTION FORM USED IN STAGE ARRANGEMENT FOR A PLAY

5 True/False Questions

  1. BEATTAKE OUT; OR STOP ACTION

          

  2. STRIKEAN ANGLE OR SLOPE; AS IN A RAKED STAGE

          

  3. CALL BOARDA BOARD, USUALLY AT OR NEAR THE STAGE DOOR, WHERE ALL OFFICIAL CALLS AND OTHER NOTICES ARE POSTED

          

  4. ARENA OF "IN THE ROUND"SETTING AND RUNNING OF TECHNICAL CUES WITHOUT THE ACTORS

          

  5. CLIMAXTHE HIGH POINT OF ACTION IN THE PLAY, WHICH IS THE TURNING POINT IN THE PLOT

          

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