something other than scenery or costumes that is used in a play
an artificial setting for a scene of a play
clothing that actors wear
audio or visual effect used in the paly
the opposite of what one really intends
a form of irony used to express scorn or ridicule
a statement that is self-contradictory that is true and not true
the central message addressed in a play, the lesson learned.
the main character of the play
goes against the main character of the story
the major divisions of a play. There are scenes in each act
a division of an act in a play during which the action takes place in a single place without a break in time
an instruction in the text of a play, especially one indicating the movement, position, or tone of an actor, or the sound effects and lighting.
words that a character says aloud
a play that deals with tragic events
a play that make the audience laugh
a long speech that a character makes to another
the events that make up the play
a drama that is meant to be performed on a stage.
A list of names of all the characters in the play and how they are related to each other.
The problem in the play that gets the play going.
To form an opinion from evidence and reasoning rather than clearly stated statements
The category a story falls into - such as: mystery, science fiction, fables, fairy tales, poetry, plays, myths, legends, historical fiction, non-fiction, folk tales, biography, realistic fiction, fantasy, etc.