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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. PROFILE SCENE
  2. INGENUE
  3. MAGIC "IF"
  4. CHOREOGRAPHY
  5. GREENROOM
  1. a TRADITIONAL NAME FOR THE AREA WHERE THE ACTORS WAIT TO MAKE THEIR ENTRANCES
  2. b THE YOUNG FEMALE CHARACTER IN THE PLAY
  3. c TWO ACTORS FACING EACH OTHER; BOTH OF EQUAL EMPHASIS
  4. d THE DESIGN AND COMPOSITION OF DANCE MOVEMENTS FOR MUSICAL NUMBERS IN A SHOW. CAN ALSO BE USED FOR STAGE COMBAT
  5. e CONDITIONS OF THE DRAMATIC FICTION. AN ACTOR ASKS "WHAT IF" IN TRYING TO GRASP THE CHARACTER

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. THE PROCESS OF VIEWING ACTORS TO ASSIGN ROLES; NOT SYNONYMOUS WITH THE TERM TRY OUT
  2. THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING STAGE POSITION AND MOVEMENT PATTERNS WITH ACTORS
  3. A ROOM SET, THREE WALLS AND A CEILING
  4. A DRAMATIC SPEECH BY A SINGLE PERSON
  5. THE SUPPORTING OF THE VOICE TO ENSURE CLARITY IN SPEAKING

5 True/False questions

  1. CLOSEDPOSITIONED SO THAT THE FACE OF THE ACTOR OR OBJECT IS AWAY FROM THE AUDIENCE

          

  2. TEMPOTHE MAJOR PREMISE ON WHICH THE PLAY IS BASED

          

  3. CALL TIMEWHEN THE ACTORS BACK IS TOWARD THE AUDIENCE

          

  4. FOCUSVISUAL OR MENTAL EMPHASIS

          

  5. WINGSA MOVE FROM ONE PART OF THE STAGE TO ANOTHER

          

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