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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. TECH REHEARSALS
  2. THRUST STAGE
  3. PROPS
  4. CRITIQUE
  5. THREE QUARTER POSITION
  1. a EVALUATIONS WHERE BOTH STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE PRODUCTION ARE NOTED
  2. b FURNISHINGS, SET DRESSINGS AND ACTOR'S ACCESSORIES
  3. c WHEN THE ACTOR IS FACING ONE OF THE UPSTAGE CORNERS OF THE STAGE
  4. d STAGING FORM IN WHICH THE AUDIENCE VIEWS THE ACTION FROM THREE SIDES
  5. e REHEARSAL OF TECHNICAL CUES WITH THE ACTORS

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. THE PROCESS OF VIEWING ACTORS TO ASSIGN ROLES; NOT SYNONYMOUS WITH THE TERM TRY OUT
  2. AWAY FROM THE AUDIENCE TOWARDS THE BACK WALL OF THE STAGE
  3. THE HIGH POINT OF ACTION IN THE PLAY, WHICH IS THE TURNING POINT IN THE PLOT
  4. THE MANNER IN WHICH THE STAGE IS DIVIDED FOR DIRECTION PURPOSES
  5. THE MAJOR PREMISE ON WHICH THE PLAY IS BASED

5 True/False questions

  1. GREENROOMTRADITIONAL NAME FOR THE AREA WHERE THE ACTORS WAIT TO MAKE THEIR ENTRANCES

          

  2. BACKSTAGEA LINE OR COMMENT THAT OTHER CHARACTERS IN THE SCENE ARE MEANT NOT TO HEAR. SOMETIMES IT IS SPOKEN DIRECTLY TO THE AUDIENCE

          

  3. OPENING MOMENTTO ASSUME A LESS DOMINANT POSITION IN RELATIONSHIP TO ANOTHER ACTOR

          

  4. PLACESCOMMAND TO CALL EVERYONE TO OPENING POSITIONS FOR A SCENE/ USUALLY GIVEN BY THE STAGE MANAGER

          

  5. BUSINESSANY ACTION PERFORMED BY AN ACTOR- OFTEN INVOLVING A PROP