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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. ANALYSIS
  2. STAGE LEFT
  3. STAGE PLOT
  4. CLOSED
  5. SET PIEVES
  1. a SCENERY; FURNITURE, STAGE DRESSING, ETC
  2. b THE PRODUCTION FORM USED IN STAGE ARRANGEMENT FOR A PLAY
  3. c THE STAGE TO THE LEFT OF THE ACTOR AS THEY FACE THE AUDIENCE
  4. d POSITIONED SO THAT THE FACE OF THE ACTOR OR OBJECT IS AWAY FROM THE AUDIENCE
  5. e SYSTEMATIC EXAMINATION OF THE COMPONENTS OF ANY ENTITY- A SCENE, A PLAY, A CHARACTER

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. THE MAJOR PREMISE ON WHICH THE PLAY IS BASED
  2. AN INCREASE IN VOLUME, SPEED, OR INTENSITY OF THE ACTION IN A SCENE
  3. LIVELY, ON-GOING ACTION WITH TEMPO AND RHYTM
  4. THE STAGE AREA TO THE RIGHT OF THE ACTOR AS THEY FACE THE AUDIENCE
  5. CONDITIONS OF THE DRAMATIC FICTION. AN ACTOR ASKS "WHAT IF" IN TRYING TO GRASP THE CHARACTER

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. CONFLICTDRAMATIC OPPOSITION OF THE PROTAGONIST

          

  3. PROSCENIUM STAGEPRICTURE FRAME OPENING THROUGH WHICH THE PLAY IS VIEWED

          

  4. PROFILE SCENETWO ACTORS FACING EACH OTHER; BOTH OF EQUAL EMPHASIS

          

  5. PLACESLIVELY, ON-GOING ACTION WITH TEMPO AND RHYTM

          

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