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28 terms
Drama+
Comedy
Drama
Dialogue
Tragedy
A humorous work of drama
Literature in play form; written and acted out for an audience.
Conversation between two or more characters.
A drama or literary work in which the main character is broug…
Comedy
A humorous work of drama
Drama
Literature in play form; written and acted out for an audience.
15 terms
Drama
drama or play
act
scenes
dialogue
tells a story through the words and actions of characters in…
a main division or long section of a play
a series of smaller sections of a play in which the setting m…
conversation or lines spoken between characters
drama or play
tells a story through the words and actions of characters in…
act
a main division or long section of a play
9 terms
Drama
drama
plot
stage directions
dialogue
a play for theater, radio, or television
setting, characters, conflict, denouement, theme
instructions telling the actor what to do, usually in parenth…
what the characters say
drama
a play for theater, radio, or television
plot
setting, characters, conflict, denouement, theme
12 terms
Drama
Drama
Scene
Act
Setting
a play performed live by actors on the stage of a theater.
The setting for the play
a chapter in a play
is where and when the story takes place.
Drama
a play performed live by actors on the stage of a theater.
Scene
The setting for the play
Drama
Dramatic irony
Shakespear
Drama
Drama
Dramatic irony is when the audience knows something that the…
English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest Eng…
Drama is a specific mode of narrative, typically fictional, r…
A piece of writing that tells a story and is performed on a s…
Dramatic irony
Dramatic irony is when the audience knows something that the…
Shakespear
English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest Eng…
53 terms
Drama
script
cast
dialogue
props
the written form of a play
characters in the play
the words the characters say in the play
furniture and objects used on stage during the play
script
the written form of a play
cast
characters in the play
9 terms
Drama
cast
character
narrator
dialogue
The characters in a play.
a person in a play. The character is NOT the same as the acto…
a person who delivers information during a play. They are not…
the conversation between characters.
cast
The characters in a play.
character
a person in a play. The character is NOT the same as the acto…
Drama
drama
plot
characters
setting
a story or play written to be performed
all the events that happen in a story or play
the people or animals that are part of the story or play
where the story or play takes place... **when the scene change s…
drama
a story or play written to be performed
plot
all the events that happen in a story or play
13 terms
Drama
script
cast
dialogue
props
the written form of a play
characters in the play
the words the characters say in the play
furniture and objects used on stage during the play
script
the written form of a play
cast
characters in the play
12 terms
Drama
allusion
situational irony
dramatic irony
verbal irony
A reference in one work of literature to a person, place, or…
An outcome that turns out to be very different from what was…
Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is unders…
A figure of speech in which what is said is the opposite of w…
allusion
A reference in one work of literature to a person, place, or…
situational irony
An outcome that turns out to be very different from what was…
11 terms
Drama
Playwright
stage directions
script
dialogue
the person who wrote the play
[bracketed information] that tells the characters how to move…
written version of the play
conversation between two or more people
Playwright
the person who wrote the play
stage directions
[bracketed information] that tells the characters how to move…
23 terms
Drama
Drama
playwright
script
parts
a drama is a play
the person who writes plays
the written text of a stage play
the different characters/roles in a play
Drama
a drama is a play
playwright
the person who writes plays
Drama
playwright
dialogue
staging
excerpt
A person who writes plays.
Conversation between characters
A term that refers to the techniques that bring a drama to li…
A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.
playwright
A person who writes plays.
dialogue
Conversation between characters
9 terms
DRAMA
drama
playwright
cast of characters
role
a play that tells a story ... through the words ... and actions ... of…
a writer of a play
a group of ... actors who are ... playing ... character roles
the character or person ... that an actor or actress ... plays the…
drama
a play that tells a story ... through the words ... and actions ... of…
playwright
a writer of a play
6 terms
Drama
Actor
Cast
Stage
Costume
a person who pretends to be another person
a group of people on stage
a place where people stand when they act
the clothing a person wears on stage
Actor
a person who pretends to be another person
Cast
a group of people on stage
Drama
Drama/Dramatic Literature
Monologue
Dialogue
Act
a play; a form of literature that is intended to be performed…
a speech given by a character who is always alone on stage. T…
.. conversation between two or more people that advances the…
..a major division of a play. Acts may be further divided int…
Drama/Dramatic Literature
a play; a form of literature that is intended to be performed…
Monologue
a speech given by a character who is always alone on stage. T…
drama
Romanticism
Realism
Gilbert & Sullivan
American Theatre 1st playhouse
dramatic style depicting things as we wish they were; Victor…
Dramatic style depicting things as they really are; Henrik Ib…
Dramatic style depicting things as they really are; Henrik Ib…
Williamsburg, VA; 1716
Romanticism
dramatic style depicting things as we wish they were; Victor…
Realism
Dramatic style depicting things as they really are; Henrik Ib…
14 terms
Drama
Playwright
Dialogue
Staging
Comedy
Someone who writes plays
The lines spoken by characters in drama or fiction
The arrangement of items, such as furniture, props, and talen…
Light and humorous drama with a happy ending
Playwright
Someone who writes plays
Dialogue
The lines spoken by characters in drama or fiction
29 terms
Drama
drama
conflict
complications
climax
a story that is enacted in real space and time by live actors…
a problem; a dilemma in which the characters must resolve or…
further problems that keep occurring or events in which add t…
when the story changes direction; an action that determines h…
drama
a story that is enacted in real space and time by live actors…
conflict
a problem; a dilemma in which the characters must resolve or…
27 terms
Drama
act
scene
prologue
chorus
like a chapter in a play. Shakespeare always has 5
a smaller part of an act
An introduction, such as a poem used to introduce a play.
A group of characters (like narrators), who comment on the ac…
act
like a chapter in a play. Shakespeare always has 5
scene
a smaller part of an act
11 terms
drama
drama
stage
suggest
lesson
a performance by actors and actresses
where a play happens
giving an advise
something you study
drama
a performance by actors and actresses
stage
where a play happens
16 terms
Drama
Drama #1
drama #2
Drama characters
C
a play or a story that is performed for an audience.
Some are performed on a stage, others are filmed .
Drama is made up of characters and setting.
Center stage .
Drama #1
a play or a story that is performed for an audience.
drama #2
Some are performed on a stage, others are filmed .
23 terms
Drama
roles
characters
script
stage
the characters that actors play in a dramatic piece
people or animals in drama or fiction
the written text of a play
the area where a play is acted out
roles
the characters that actors play in a dramatic piece
characters
people or animals in drama or fiction
14 terms
Drama
PLAY
PLAYWRIGHT
DIALOGUE
SCENE
A story written to be acted out, using dialogue and action.
A person who writes plays.
Conversation between characters.
The parts in which acts are divided into.
PLAY
A story written to be acted out, using dialogue and action.
PLAYWRIGHT
A person who writes plays.
15 terms
Drama
act
comedy
drama
dialogue
one of the main divisions of a play
lighter plays that are often funny, usually ending in romance…
a story acted out, usually on stage, by actors and actresses…
the words the characters say; how the plot is carried out; mo…
act
one of the main divisions of a play
comedy
lighter plays that are often funny, usually ending in romance…
21 terms
Drama+
Comedy
Drama
Dialogue
Prologue
A type of drama in which the conclusion ends in a positive wa…
Literature in play form; written and acted out for an audience.
Conversation between two or more characters.
An introduction to a literary work; a speech given to the aud…
Comedy
A type of drama in which the conclusion ends in a positive wa…
Drama
Literature in play form; written and acted out for an audience.
62 terms
Drama
Began...
First actor
Dressing room hut
Crane-like hoist
In the 6th century
Thespis
Skene
Machina
Began...
In the 6th century
First actor
Thespis
Drama
Brainstorming
Plot complication
Characterization
Round characters
Refers to making a quick list of anything hat comes to mind a…
Is a distinct event in the rising action of a story
Means conveying the character physically , vocally, and emont…
Are fully developed
Brainstorming
Refers to making a quick list of anything hat comes to mind a…
Plot complication
Is a distinct event in the rising action of a story
46 terms
Drama
Proscenium Stage
teasers
tormentors
travelers
A stage that has teasers, tormentors, travelers, and a cyclor…
curtain panels that can be used to hide the wings
curtains that hide the lights from the audience
curtains that can open and close across the length of the stage
Proscenium Stage
A stage that has teasers, tormentors, travelers, and a cyclor…
teasers
curtain panels that can be used to hide the wings
Drama
Drama
Mimicry
Role play
Social role
A theoretical production or a selection of literature intende…
The act of imitating or copying the voice or action of another
To act out a role
A part enacted in everyday life
Drama
A theoretical production or a selection of literature intende…
Mimicry
The act of imitating or copying the voice or action of another
Drama
Drama
Playwright
Script
Stage Directions
A story told through characters played by actors
The author of a play
The written text from which a drama is produced
Notes included in a play to describe how something should loo…
Drama
A story told through characters played by actors
Playwright
The author of a play
Drama
Drama
Mimicry
Role-play
Social role
Theatrical production or a slection of litature intended for…
The act of imitating or copying the vocie or actions of another
Means to act out a role
Part enacted in everyday life
Drama
Theatrical production or a slection of litature intended for…
Mimicry
The act of imitating or copying the vocie or actions of another
Drama
Drama
Mimicry
Role-play
Social role
Theatrical production or a selection of literature intended f…
Act of imitating or copying the voice or actions under another
Act out a role
Part enacted in everyday life
Drama
Theatrical production or a selection of literature intended f…
Mimicry
Act of imitating or copying the voice or actions under another
15 terms
Drama
All behavior
Presentational
Representational
Vowels
Communicates
The attempt to communicate
What you actually communicate none verbally
No breath needed
All behavior
Communicates
Presentational
The attempt to communicate
drama
threatre evolved from rituals
the first accounts of ritualistic thre…
this not example of innovation from th…
greek festivals were not a part of cul…
true
false
printing press
true
threatre evolved from rituals
true
the first accounts of ritualistic thre…
false
18 terms
Drama
Thepis
Aeschylus
Deus ex machina
Chorus
The first greek solo actor
Majestic language/poetry, created dialogue, 2nd actor
A god introduced in a play to resolve the entanglements of th…
A group of people that speak together. Tells the story, react…
Thepis
The first greek solo actor
Aeschylus
Majestic language/poetry, created dialogue, 2nd actor
8 terms
drama
Playwright
Cast of characters
Stage directions
Acts
Author who writes in play format
List of actors in the play
Tell the actor how to deliver lines or where to stand
How play is divided into major parts
Playwright
Author who writes in play format
Cast of characters
List of actors in the play
Drama
objective
Given Circumstances
Obstacles
beat
the needs and desires an actor playing a character pursues at…
The "who" ,"what " ,"when " and "where" of a scene.
The people or the things in a scene that keep a character fro…
The section of the script during which a single objective is…
objective
the needs and desires an actor playing a character pursues at…
Given Circumstances
The "who" ,"what " ,"when " and "where" of a scene.
Drama
Dramatic Elements
Expressive Skills
Performance Skills
Stagecraft Elements
Sound... Space... Symbol... Conflict... Contrast... Climax... Tension... Mood... Rhythm
Voice... Movement... Facial Expression... Gesture
Energy... Presence... Timing ... Focus
Costume... Makeup... Set Design... Theatre technologies (i.e. projecti…
Dramatic Elements
Sound... Space... Symbol... Conflict... Contrast... Climax... Tension... Mood... Rhythm
Expressive Skills
Voice... Movement... Facial Expression... Gesture
12 terms
Drama
director
choreographer
set designer
lightening designer
a person who directs the making of a film.controls a film's a…
designs and directs routines used in dances and performances.
person in charge of the creation of theatrical, as well as fi…
works with the director, choreographer, set designer, costume…
director
a person who directs the making of a film.controls a film's a…
choreographer
designs and directs routines used in dances and performances.
15 terms
Drama
Character
Actor
Drama
Theatre arts
The personality a person portrays in a scene or play that is…
Males or females playing character roles
A story written to be played out on stage
The term used to cover all parts of training or instruction i…
Character
The personality a person portrays in a scene or play that is…
Actor
Males or females playing character roles
27 terms
drama
warm ups
pace
rhythm
pitch
prevent injury and help performer to relax
how fast or slow
a pattern or sound repeated
how high or low sound is
warm ups
prevent injury and help performer to relax
pace
how fast or slow
15 terms
Drama
Stagecraft
Non-naturalistic conventions
Performance skills
Playmaking techniques
Any thing used on stage or not "created" the the actor during…
Out of the ordinary.
Ways for the performer to control the audience
Steps to create a performance
Stagecraft
Any thing used on stage or not "created" the the actor during…
Non-naturalistic conventions
Out of the ordinary.
12 terms
Drama
Oral preperation
Poetry
Prose
Cutting
The skill of reading aloud to convey an authors message to an…
Literature written in verse form, often in rythmic patterns a…
A composition written without patterns of ryme or rythem.
Reducing or condensing
Oral preperation
The skill of reading aloud to convey an authors message to an…
Poetry
Literature written in verse form, often in rythmic patterns a…
Drama
Imagination
Magic: If
Given Circumstances
Communication
The ability to treat fictional circumstances as if they were…
The question what "if" that an actors asks him or herself to…
The situation a character is in, within a particular bit of t…
The sending out and receiving between two living things
Imagination
The ability to treat fictional circumstances as if they were…
Magic: If
The question what "if" that an actors asks him or herself to…
17 terms
Drama
call
scenery
border
house
A notification to the cast and crew from which scenery and li…
various flats or drops etc. used to create a particular setti…
a narrow horizontal masking piece above the stage
another term for audtitorium
call
A notification to the cast and crew from which scenery and li…
scenery
various flats or drops etc. used to create a particular setti…
16 terms
Drama
Actor-Audience Relationship
Climax
Conflict
Contrast
The way the actor deliberately manipulates the audience's moo…
The most significant moment of tension or conflict in the dra…
Conflict generally occurs when a character cannot achieve and…
Presents the opposite or dissimilar to highlight or emphasise…
Actor-Audience Relationship
The way the actor deliberately manipulates the audience's moo…
Climax
The most significant moment of tension or conflict in the dra…
15 terms
Drama
Body language
Blocking
Conflict
Costume
The movement and positions by which attitude and feelings are…
The exact position of actors in order to aid the performance…
A struggle between 2 or more characters that creates a tensio…
a style of dress which characterises the wearer to a specific…
Body language
The movement and positions by which attitude and feelings are…
Blocking
The exact position of actors in order to aid the performance…
drama
drama
Dialogue
character
playwright
A play for theater or television
a literary technique in which writers employ two or more char…
a person in a novel, play, or movie.
a person who writes plays.
drama
A play for theater or television
Dialogue
a literary technique in which writers employ two or more char…
24 terms
Drama
Fourth wall
Script
Windows
Open up
The imaginary wall that seperates the actors and the audience
The text the play wright gives the actor to work from
Creating pockets on actors onstage so that every actor can be…
Physically turn your body so
Fourth wall
The imaginary wall that seperates the actors and the audience
Script
The text the play wright gives the actor to work from
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