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5 Matching questions

  1. AUDITION
  2. ANTAGONIST
  3. BLOCKING
  4. ENUNCIATION
  5. BEAT
  1. a THE SMALLEST UNIT OF ACTION BY AN ACTOR
  2. b THE OPPONENT OF THE PROTAGONIST IN A PLAY
  3. c THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING STAGE POSITION AND MOVEMENT PATTERNS WITH ACTORS
  4. d TO PRONOUNCE WORDS INDISTINCTLY
  5. e THE PROCESS OF VIEWING ACTORS TO ASSIGN ROLES; NOT SYNONYMOUS WITH THE TERM TRY OUT

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. CONDITIONS OF THE DRAMATIC FICTION. AN ACTOR ASKS "WHAT IF" IN TRYING TO GRASP THE CHARACTER
  2. OFFSTAGE SPACE LEFT AND RIGHT
  3. AN INCREASE IN VOLUME, SPEED, OR INTENSITY OF THE ACTION IN A SCENE
  4. TO OBSTRUCT SOMEONE'S VIEW, USUALLY THE AUDIENCE'S. TO HIDE A MISTAKE, AS IN A MISSED CUE OR FORGOTTEN LINES
  5. AN PROSCENIUM STAGE BOX SET, THE WALL THROUGH WHICH THE AUDIENCE SEES THE ACTION

5 True/False questions

  1. BELOWA POSITION CLISER TO THE AUDIENCE OR DOWNSTAGE

          

  2. FULL BACKWHEN THE ACTORS BACK IS TOWARD THE AUDIENCE

          

  3. DOWNSTAGEA DISCREET, COMPLEMENTARY MOVE MADE TO ADJUST TO ANOTHER ACTOR'S LARGER AND MORE IMPORTANT MOVEMENT

          

  4. STAGE PLOTTHE PRODUCTION FORM USED IN STAGE ARRANGEMENT FOR A PLAY

          

  5. STAGE LEFTTHE STAGE TO THE LEFT OF THE ACTOR AS THEY FACE THE AUDIENCE