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5 Matching Questions

  1. RHYTHM
  2. AD LIB
  3. IMPROVISATION
  4. CRITIQUE
  5. BELOW
  1. a THE PULSE OR BEAT OF THE SCENE OR ACTION
  2. b TO IMPROVISE OR MOVE AWAY FROM THE SCRIPTED DIALOGUE
  3. c EVALUATIONS WHERE BOTH STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE PRODUCTION ARE NOTED
  4. d A POSITION CLISER TO THE AUDIENCE OR DOWNSTAGE
  5. e 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 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. SETTING AND RUNNING OF TECHNICAL CUES WITHOUT THE ACTORS
  2. A PLAY IN WHICH THE COMEDY IS BASED ON EXAGGERATED OR ABSURD SITUATIONS
  3. THE YOUNG FEMALE CHARACTER IN THE PLAY
  4. THE SUPPORTING OF THE VOICE TO ENSURE CLARITY IN SPEAKING
  5. A DRAMATIC SPEECH BY A SINGLE PERSON

5 True/False Questions

  1. PROTAGONISTTHE CENTRAL CHARACTER IN A PLAY

          

  2. ASIDEMOVEMENT OR PROGRESSION OF A PLAY, SCENE OR CHARACTER

          

  3. MAGIC "IF"CONDITIONS OF THE DRAMATIC FICTION. AN ACTOR ASKS "WHAT IF" IN TRYING TO GRASP THE CHARACTER

          

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

          

  5. APRONTHE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS IN A PLAY, THE PRODUCTION FORM USED IN STAGE ARRANGEMENTS

          

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