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5 Matching Questions

  1. CURTAIN
  2. PLACES
  3. PROSCENIUM STAGE
  4. PROTAGONIST
  5. PACE
  1. a PRICTURE FRAME OPENING THROUGH WHICH THE PLAY IS VIEWED
  2. b COMMAND TO CALL EVERYONE TO OPENING POSITIONS FOR A SCENE/ USUALLY GIVEN BY THE STAGE MANAGER
  3. c A PHRASE USED TO BEGIN AND END A PERFORMANCE. USED IN MONOLOGUE, IMPROV AND SCENE WORK
  4. d LIVELY, ON-GOING ACTION WITH TEMPO AND RHYTM
  5. e THE CENTRAL CHARACTER IN A PLAY

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. THE OPENING NIGHT OF A SHOW
  2. RATE OF SPEED FOR A SCENE OR THE WHOLE PLAY
  3. THE YOUNG MALE CHARACTER IN THE PLAY
  4. A PLAY IN WHICH THE COMEDY IS BASED ON EXAGGERATED OR ABSURD SITUATIONS
  5. THE MANNER IN WHICH THE STAGE IS DIVIDED FOR DIRECTION PURPOSES

5 True/False Questions

  1. VILLAINA PHRASE USED TO BEGIN AND END A PERFORMANCE. USED IN MONOLOGUE, IMPROV AND SCENE WORK

          

  2. QUARTER POSITIONWHEN THE ACTOR IS FACING ONE OF THE DOWNSTAGE CORNERS AND LEADING WITH THE UPSTAGE FOOT

          

  3. CRITIQUEA SIGNAL, SUCH AS A LINE OR AN ACTION THAT LETS THE ACTOR KNOW THAT IT IS THEIR TURN TO SPEAK OR MOVE

          

  4. MOTIVATIONTHE SUPPORTING OF THE VOICE TO ENSURE CLARITY IN SPEAKING

          

  5. CONFLICTDRAMATIC OPPOSITION OF THE PROTAGONIST

          

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