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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Ground Plan
  2. Monologue
  3. Hair shirt
  4. Apron
  5. Scene Designer
  1. a Help set the tone and style of the production
    Establishing Locale and Period
    Developing Concept
    Providing a Central Image or Metaphor
    Coordinating Scenery with a Whole
    Solving Practical Design Problems
  2. b a shirt made of animal hair worn for penance.
  3. c a (usually long) dramatic speech by a single actor
  4. d area in front of proscenium arch was equal in size to the stage behind the arch
  5. e Director and designer work out the play's environment, noting doorways, windows, steps, levels, walls, and furniture.
    Outlined in tape on the rehearsal hall floor so the actors can visualize the environment in rehearsals.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. cunning clown
  2. Long and narrow
    Indoors
    Artificial lighting (candles)
    Theaters were open year round
  3. Staggered wings, painted backdrop (vanashing point), changable scenery
  4. the lovers
  5. Thomas Betterton

5 True/False questions

  1. Restoration tragedyCloser to English stage
    Open platform
    Proscenium arch was introduced at court
    Acting companies had 16-20 performers and included women

          

  2. Renaissance Dramaextraordinary characters who undertook extraordinary deeds. Themes of love and honor and lots of death.

          

  3. Kabuki Theatre(Japan) Started when female dancer began to give public performances, Elaborate make up, Brilliant costumes
    After 1629- men performed in the plays when women were banned, Narrated stories about contemporary life.

          

  4. Rules for Neoclassical DramaThought over feeling
    Strict unity of time, place, action
    No mixing of comedy/tragedy
    No chorus
    No soliloquy
    No deus ex machina

          

  5. Queen ElizabethHelp set the tone and style of the production
    Establishing Locale and Period
    Developing Concept
    Providing a Central Image or Metaphor
    Coordinating Scenery with a Whole
    Solving Practical Design Problems