5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- A Doll House
- Heroic Tragedy
- Renaissance Drama
- Arlecchino (Harlequin)
- a cunning clown
- b extraordinary characters who undertook extraordinary deeds. Themes of love and honor and lots of death.
- c Between 14 and 15 centuries Italian drama began to replace religious, mystery and morality plays with secular drama.
- d short versions of full length plays.
- e Henrik Ibsen
5 Multiple choice questions
- Compiles the "prompt book"
Records "stage business" (specific actions such as answering the phone or turning on a table lamp)
"Blocking" (Where the actor enters, crosses, where they come in, etc.)
Sound and other cues
Makes rehearsal schedules
Runs the show after it opens
- Theater Royal
Lincoln's Fields Inn
Dorset Garden Theater
- Actors had to have a wide range and a variety of skills.
Had a repertoire of roles they could pull from.
- romance and adventure
- Follows neoclassical rules
5 True/False questions
Sebastiano Serlio → Italian designer
Tartuffe → Jean-Baptiste Poquelin or Moliere
English stage 17th and 18 century → Long and narrow
Artificial lighting (candles)
Theaters were open year round
Proscenium arch → an opening in a wall that stands between the stage and the house that becomes the frame through which the audience sees the play. (Renaissance)
First Actress → 1660