5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- emotional recall
- a The choice, sequence, and arrangement of the playwright's words
- b A person who represents an actor by soliciting employment and negotiating contracts in exchange for 10 percent of the actor's salary.
- c the description of a plot of a play where the action develops in chronological order without flashbacks
- d When an actor remembers how he or she felt in a similar situation in real life and substitutes that feeling for the character's emotional state during the performance of a role.
- e a tryout for a part in a play
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the part in the play when a change happens that inevitably leads to the answering of the dramatic question. Also known as the crisis.
- When an actor gets asked back for a second reading for a part in a play.
- Written by Aristotle, the earliest known essay analyzing theatre.
- The plot is good versus evil. Star Wars is an example of melodrama
- Where the arrangement of the plot presents flashbacks and subjective scenes other than chronological order.
5 True/False Questions
status quo → the stable situations at the beginning of a plot, before the dramatic question is asked.
Obstacle → the visual aspects of a production
major dramatic question → - the question posed early on in the play and keeps the audience interested until it is answered at the plot's resolution.
spectacle → the visual aspects of a production
goat song → The choice, sequence, and arrangement of the playwright's words