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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. IMPROVISATION
  2. OBJECTIVE
  3. CALL BOARD
  4. CONFLICT
  5. MONOLOGUE
  1. a A BOARD, USUALLY AT OR NEAR THE STAGE DOOR, WHERE ALL OFFICIAL CALLS AND OTHER NOTICES ARE POSTED
  2. b DRAMATIC OPPOSITION OF THE PROTAGONIST
  3. c CHARACTER MOTIVE OR INTENTION
  4. d A DRAMATIC SPEECH BY A SINGLE PERSON
  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. PART OF THE STAGE BELOW THE CURTAIN LINE
  2. THE STAGE AREA TO THE RIGHT OF THE ACTOR AS THEY FACE THE AUDIENCE
  3. THE HIGH POINT OF ACTION IN THE PLAY, WHICH IS THE TURNING POINT IN THE PLOT
  4. ALL THE PEOPLE INVOLVED IN WORKING ON A PRODUCTION
  5. THE SMALLEST UNIT OF ACTION BY AN ACTOR

5 True/False questions

  1. MOODTHE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS IN A PLAY, THE PRODUCTION FORM USED IN STAGE ARRANGEMENTS

          

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

          

  3. 6 STAGE AREASTHE MANNER IN WHICH THE STAGE IS DIVIDED FOR DIRECTION PURPOSES

          

  4. OPENING MOMENTTHE SMALLEST UNIT OF ACTION FROM AN ACTOR TO INDICATE THAT THEY HAVE BEGUN THEIR PERFORMANCE. THE PREVIOUS MOMENT IS USED IN CREATING THIS ACTION

          

  5. GIVEN SCENEASSUMING A POSITION ON STAGE SO THAT EQUAL DRANATIC EMPHASIS IS ON EACH CHARACTER

          

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