planning and working out the movements and stage grouping for a play
losing concentration or getting out of character
the amount of force you use inhaling and exhaling
developing and portraying a personalitythrough thought, action,dialog, costuming, and make up
the dialog,sounds movemen or buisness signaling an actor or technician respond as rehearsed.
the muscle located between the abdomen and the rib cage.
a person's pronunciation of words, choice of words, and manner in which the persons expresses himself or herself.
a rehearsal conducted as if it were an actual performance.
a spontaneous style of theatre using unrehearsed and unscripted acting scenes.
a long speech spoken by one person, revealing personal thoughts and feelings.
the use of mime techniques, acting without words, to tell a story.
a. stage properties or items that might be part of the stage decorations.
b. items used by the acors for stage business and characterization.
a fee required to produce a play or musical.
a written copy of the dialogue that the actors will speak.
a. a short situation to be acted out, as in improvisation, with a beginning, middle, and end.
b. a subdivision of an act in a play.
usually large items used to stage a scene or play.
a method by which the leader talks you through an activity by making suggestions or giving you ideas.
information provided by the playwright to give the actors instructionson how to feel or what to do when certain lines are spoken. These directions, usually in italics, are set apart from the dialogue by parentheses.
any cosmetic effect, including hair, that enhances or changes an actor's appearance.
take apart the stage setting, remove it from the stage, and store all parts of the production for future use.
the term used to cover all parts of training or instruction in the field of theatre.
a person who learns a part in order to substitute in a performance should the original actor not be able to appear in the show.
the personality an actor portrays in a scene or play that is different from his own personality.
the conversation between the actors on the stage.
one who writes plays.
facing the audience.
back to audience.
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