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a cappella

adj. adv. singing that is performed without instruments or musical accompaniment.


n. a test performance to judge a performer's talents and abilities.


v. to try or compete in an audition.


n. the timing and movement of a play; a pause in the dialogue during a scene.


n. the orchestrated or choreographed movements of the actors in a play, movie or ballet.


n. the singing and dancing ensemble of a musical theatre production.


n. the trigger for an action to be carried out at a specific time.


v. to prompt, trigger or induce action.


n. a poem or part of a play or opera spoken to a musical accompaniment; n. a play, film, etc, characterized by extravagant action and emotion.


n. a part of a drama in which a single actor speaks alone.


n. the art or technique of conveying emotions, actions, feelings by gestures without speech


v. to express emotions, actions, and feelings by gestures without speech


n. a practice in preparation for a public performance


n. a picturesque grouping of persons or objects; a striking scene


n. a company of three singers or players.


v. to learn (a role) in order to replace the regular actor or actress when necessary.


n. a person who learns a role in order to replace the regular actor or actress.


n. a process in which all elements behave in the same way at the same time.

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