5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a The speeches the characters say. The playwright's primary material.
- b A sad story with a happy ending
- c The character's main goal
- d A style of theatrical production and dramatic writing that imitates selected traits of the language and appearance of everyday life.
- e - A serious play that makes you feel exhilarated because the hero's experience teaches you some profound truth about your life and affirms that your worst expectations about life are true.
5 Multiple choice questions
- According to Aristotle, a play should have one main action with few or no subplots.
- What a character has to overcome to achieve their objective.
- the description of a plot of a play where the action develops in chronological order without flashbacks
- A person who represents an actor by soliciting employment and negotiating contracts in exchange for 10 percent of the actor's salary.
- 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.
5 True/False questions
goat song → also known as tragedy. The word derives from the ancient Greek religious ceremonies at which a god was sometimes depicted as having attributes of a goat.
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.
Constantin Stanislavsky → also known as tragedy. The word derives from the ancient Greek religious ceremonies at which a god was sometimes depicted as having attributes of a goat.
call back → When an actor gets asked back for a second reading for a part in a play.
cinematic → Where the arrangement of the plot presents flashbacks and subjective scenes other than chronological order.