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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. PROPS
  2. CONFLICT
  3. ORCHESTRA PIT
  4. MAGIC "IF"
  5. THREE QUARTER POSITION
  1. a FURNISHINGS, SET DRESSINGS AND ACTOR'S ACCESSORIES
  2. b WHEN THE ACTOR IS FACING ONE OF THE UPSTAGE CORNERS OF THE STAGE
  3. c DRAMATIC OPPOSITION OF THE PROTAGONIST
  4. d THE AREA USED BY MUSICIANS THAT IS BETWEEN THE FRONT OF THE APRON AND THE FIRST ROW OF SEATS
  5. e CONDITIONS OF THE DRAMATIC FICTION. AN ACTOR ASKS "WHAT IF" IN TRYING TO GRASP THE CHARACTER

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. RATE OF SPEED FOR A SCENE OR THE WHOLE PLAY
  2. STAGING FORM IN WHICH THE AUDIENCE VIEWS THE ACTION FROM THREE SIDES
  3. TO IMPROVISE OR MOVE AWAY FROM THE SCRIPTED DIALOGUE
  4. ANY ACTION PERFORMED BY AN ACTOR- OFTEN INVOLVING A PROP
  5. THE PRODUCTION FORM USED IN STAGE ARRANGEMENT FOR A PLAY

5 True/False questions

  1. ANTAGONISTSYSTEMATIC EXAMINATION OF THE COMPONENTS OF ANY ENTITY- A SCENE, A PLAY, A CHARACTER

          

  2. PLOTPART OF THE STAGE BELOW THE CURTAIN LINE

          

  3. MOTIVATIONUNDERLYING FORCE THAT PROVOKES AN ACTION OR A RESPONSE. WHY THE CHARACTER DOES WHAT THEY DO

          

  4. SIGHT LINESREMOVE FROM THE STAGE EITHER TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY WHEN THE SHOW CLOSES

          

  5. THEMEA POSITION THAT ALLOWS THE AUDIENCE TO SEE AS MUCH OF THE ACTOR'S FRONT AS POSSIBLE