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34 terms
English 4 Drama Terms
Act
Antagonist
Aside
Catastrophe
A major division of drama.
The character directly opposed to the protagonist. A rival, o…
A dramatic convention by which an actor directly addresses th…
The conclusion of a play, particularly of a tragedy.
Act
A major division of drama.
Antagonist
The character directly opposed to the protagonist. A rival, o…
12 terms
English 4 drama words
soliloquy
aside
verse drama
meter
a long, usually serious speech that a character's thoughts
to or toward the side
any drama written as verse to be spoken; another possible gen…
a way of arranging the sounds or beats in poetry : a particul…
soliloquy
a long, usually serious speech that a character's thoughts
aside
to or toward the side
13 terms
Drama Terms English 4
Soliloquy
Monologue
Pathos
Catharsis
A speech in a play which is used to reveal the chracters inne…
A speech given by one character
Aspects of literary work to elicit pity from the audience
The release of emotion that the audience has of a tragedy
Soliloquy
A speech in a play which is used to reveal the chracters inne…
Monologue
A speech given by one character
33 terms
Drama English 4 Terms
Act
Antagonist
Aside
Catastrophe
A major division of drama. The major parts of Greed plays wer…
The character directly opposed to the protagonist. A rival, o…
A dramatic convention by which an actor directly addresses th…
The conclusion of a play, particularly of a tragedy; the last…
Act
A major division of drama. The major parts of Greed plays wer…
Antagonist
The character directly opposed to the protagonist. A rival, o…
14 terms
English 4 DRAMA
Drama
exposition
rising action
falling action
an exciting, emotional,or unexpected series of events through…
a descriptive explanation of an idea or theory
leads to climax
Parts of a story after the climax is resolved
Drama
an exciting, emotional,or unexpected series of events through…
exposition
a descriptive explanation of an idea or theory
34 terms
English 4 AP Terms - Drama
Act
Antagonist
Aside
Catastrophe
A major division of drama. The major parts of Greek plays wer…
The character directly opposed to the protagonist. A rival, o…
A dramatic convention by which an actor directly addresses th…
The conclusion of a play, particularly of a tragedy; the last…
Act
A major division of drama. The major parts of Greek plays wer…
Antagonist
The character directly opposed to the protagonist. A rival, o…
10 terms
English II Drama List 4
Peevish
Misconstrue
Tarry
Fawn
Obstinate; stubborn; or disrespectful
To misunderstand the meaning of
To delay or be tardy in acting; starting
To seek notice or favor by servile demeanor
Peevish
Obstinate; stubborn; or disrespectful
Misconstrue
To misunderstand the meaning of
53 terms
English 3-4: Drama Terms
Antagonist
Catastrophe
Catharsis
Character
Character or force against which another character struggles.…
The action at the end of a tragedy that initiates the falling…
The purging of the feelings of pity and fear that occur in th…
An imaginary person that inhabits a literary work. They may b…
Antagonist
Character or force against which another character struggles.…
Catastrophe
The action at the end of a tragedy that initiates the falling…
10 terms
English Drama Terms 4/7
Climax
Comedy
Comic relief
Complication
The highest point of interest in the plot of a play or a stor…
Type of drama in which the characters experience reversals of…
The use of a comic scene or phrase to interrupt a succession…
An intensification of the conflict in a story or play. This c…
Climax
The highest point of interest in the plot of a play or a stor…
Comedy
Type of drama in which the characters experience reversals of…
17 terms
AP English 4 drama terms
act
aside
blank verse
chorus
the major divisions within a play often marking shifts in tim…
a part of an actor's lines supposedly not heard by others on…
unrhymed iambic pentameter a line of five metric feet
a group of characters in a Greek tragedy who comment on the a…
act
the major divisions within a play often marking shifts in tim…
aside
a part of an actor's lines supposedly not heard by others on…
29 terms
English Vocabulary Unit 4- Drama
Act
Allusion
Aside
Comedy
A major division within a play, similar to a chapter in a boo…
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
In drama, it is a short speech directed to the audience or an…
A dramatic work that is light and often humorous in tone, usu…
Act
A major division within a play, similar to a chapter in a boo…
Allusion
An indirect reference to a famous person, place, event, or li…
24 terms
English Vocabulary Unit 4- Drama
Act
Allusion
Aside
Comedy
A division within a play, similar to a chapter in a book.
An indirect reference to something famous
a short speech directed to the audience or another character…
A dramatic work that is light and often humorous in tone, usu…
Act
A division within a play, similar to a chapter in a book.
Allusion
An indirect reference to something famous
20 terms
Repetition, eek, and drama terms (AP English 4)
anadiplosis
anaphora
antistrophe
aside
a type of repetition in which the last words of a sentence ar…
the repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of consec…
repetition of the same word or phrase at the end of the succe…
a brief speech in which a character turns from the person bei…
anadiplosis
a type of repetition in which the last words of a sentence ar…
anaphora
the repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of consec…
14 terms
English Drama
Christopher Marlowe
William Shakespeare
Ben Jonson
Oscar Wilde
(1564 - 1593) Poor contemporary of Shakespeare, wrote poems a…
(1564 - 1616) Poet (sonnets in blank verse) and Dramas.
(1572 - 1637) 2nd to Shakespeare; wrote poetry and dramas (mo…
(1854 - 1900) Anglo-Irish; Author of The Importance of Being…
Christopher Marlowe
(1564 - 1593) Poor contemporary of Shakespeare, wrote poems a…
William Shakespeare
(1564 - 1616) Poet (sonnets in blank verse) and Dramas.
20 terms
English Drama
Comic Hero
Tragic Hero
Archetypes
Sage
An ordinary person who is willing to compromise
A person who suffers as a result of his or her own actions
A plot, theme, or character element found in the myths of man…
Wise character who acts as a teacher or mentor to the hero
Comic Hero
An ordinary person who is willing to compromise
Tragic Hero
A person who suffers as a result of his or her own actions
15 terms
English 3201 Drama Terms
ASIDE
ACT
CHORUS
COMEDY
A brief private speech delivered onstage by an actor with oth…
A major subdivision within a play
Appear in Greek drama and is a group of actors who commented…
A type of play that often involves mishaps and ends happily.…
ASIDE
A brief private speech delivered onstage by an actor with oth…
ACT
A major subdivision within a play
17 terms
English Drama
Medieval Era
Miracle Plays
Mystery Plays
Morality Plays
Miracle, Mystery, and Morality plays
dealt with the saints lives
reenact Biblical narratives
allegorical plays
Medieval Era
Miracle, Mystery, and Morality plays
Miracle Plays
dealt with the saints lives
17 terms
English Drama
Act
Actor
Aside
Cast
made of smaller parts called scenes; major part of drama
the person who acts out the part of the character
a few lines spoken to the audience and supposedly not heard b…
the characters in a drama, and the actors who play those char…
Act
made of smaller parts called scenes; major part of drama
Actor
the person who acts out the part of the character
72 terms
English Literature/Drama
affable
alludes
anarchist
aphorism
Courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
To refer incidentally, or by suggestion.
A person who seeks to overturn the established government; an…
A brief, cleverly worded statement that makes a wise observat…
affable
Courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
alludes
To refer incidentally, or by suggestion.
20 terms
English 4 Drama: Oedipus Rex Vocab
Oracle
Conspirators
Onslaught
denounce
a message from the gods
a person who is involved in a secret plan to do something har…
a fierce or destructive attack
to say your wrong
Oracle
a message from the gods
Conspirators
a person who is involved in a secret plan to do something har…
34 terms
English 4 AP/D Drama Terms
Act
Antagonist
Aside
Catastrophe
A major division of drama. The five extra shirt corresponded…
The character directly opposed to the protagonist
A dramatic convention by which an actor directly address the…
The conclusion of the play, particularly of a tragedy; the la…
Act
A major division of drama. The five extra shirt corresponded…
Antagonist
The character directly opposed to the protagonist
34 terms
English 4 AP Terms (Drama) (1-30)
Act
Antagonist
Aside
Catastrophe
A major division of drama (usually 5)
The character directly opposed to the protagonist
A dramatic convention by which an actor directly addresses th…
The conclusion of a play, particularly of a tragedy; the last…
Act
A major division of drama (usually 5)
Antagonist
The character directly opposed to the protagonist
26 terms
English 3-4: Terms Used in Greek Drama
actors
chorus
orchestra
skene
max. of 3; all were professional; masks allowed each actor to…
group of 12-15 male singers and dancers in ancient Greek dram…
"dancing place"; circular dancing area for the chorus in the…
building connected to stage; "tent, booth" in ancient greek;…
actors
max. of 3; all were professional; masks allowed each actor to…
chorus
group of 12-15 male singers and dancers in ancient Greek dram…
13 terms
English (Drama)
Playwright
Script
Acts
Scenes
Author of the play.
The written form of the play.
Units of action in a drama.
Acts divided into parts.
Playwright
Author of the play.
Script
The written form of the play.
10 terms
English Drama
Death of Shakespeare
Birth of Shakespeare
Parents names
Wife's name
April 23 1616
April 23, 1564
John Shakespeare, Mary Ardon
Anne Hathaway
Death of Shakespeare
April 23 1616
Birth of Shakespeare
April 23, 1564
36 terms
English Drama
What are the terms "Drama" & "Actor" A…
Playwright/Dramatist... - How does its au…
4 Elements that Must be Present in a D…
3 Things Drama Provides to Audience
- Drama = The Arts, Theater... - Actor = Player
Person who writes a drama/play... - A playwright's audience is d…
1. Live actors (a cast)... 2. Story involving conflict... 3. Acti…
1. Entertainment... 2. Education (enlightenment)... 3. Emotional ex…
What are the terms "Drama" & "Actor" A…
- Drama = The Arts, Theater... - Actor = Player
Playwright/Dramatist... - How does its au…
Person who writes a drama/play... - A playwright's audience is d…
english-drama
Greek Theater
skene
Chorus
orchestra
No scene shifting... Open air Amphitheater seating about 14,000…
fixed stage house... -greek theatre
represented the voice of the community
round area at the foot of the amphitheater (think the orchest…
Greek Theater
No scene shifting... Open air Amphitheater seating about 14,000…
skene
fixed stage house... -greek theatre
26 terms
English drama
The bear characters
Bye bye brevoort characters
The leader characters
The bear
Popova, Smirnoff, luka
Three wreckers, Dupree, Evans, fortes use, whichaway, chrome
Gf, bf, leader, announcer, male and female admirers.
Setting: popova living room
The bear characters
Popova, Smirnoff, luka
Bye bye brevoort characters
Three wreckers, Dupree, Evans, fortes use, whichaway, chrome
26 terms
English - Drama
Characters
Conflict
Theme
Acts
People who take part in the action
Problem between two characters or forces
A message or insight about life
The units of the action usually divided into parts
Characters
People who take part in the action
Conflict
Problem between two characters or forces
26 terms
Drama - English
The elements of Drama
Drama
Aristotle
The modern Theater
...
Is a story brought to life in front of an audience through pe…
384-322 B.C... 1. Plot- this is what happens in the play... 2. Th…
1. plot... 2. theme... 3. characters ... 4. dialogue ... 5. convention-…
The elements of Drama
...
Drama
Is a story brought to life in front of an audience through pe…
20 terms
Drama Terms - English II
Amphitheater
Cartharsis
Tragedy
Chorus
an oval large stadium with tiers of seats
emotional release; "releasing" aggressive energy relieves agg…
A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic…
A group of characters in Greek tragedy (and in later forms of…
Amphitheater
an oval large stadium with tiers of seats
Cartharsis
emotional release; "releasing" aggressive energy relieves agg…
22 terms
English DRAMA
Playwright
Script
Acts
Characterization
The author of a play
The written form of a play
Units of the action in drama (divided in scenes)
Playwrights technique of creating believable characters throu…
Playwright
The author of a play
Script
The written form of a play
19 terms
Drama Terms English-Thai
ละคร
มีทิฐิ
จุดสำคัญของเรื่อง
จุดเริ่มต้นของเรื่อง
Drama
Pride
Climax (of a story)
Exposition (beginning of a story
ละคร
Drama
มีทิฐิ
Pride
21 terms
English drama
I am sorry for your loss.
And what do I get in return?
What is the proper word?
Don't worry. We'll make this work.
삼가 조의를 표합니다
그럼 나는 보답으로 뭘 얻는거죠?
적절한 용어가 뭡니까?
걱정하지 마세요. 우리가 해결할게요.
I am sorry for your loss.
삼가 조의를 표합니다
And what do I get in return?
그럼 나는 보답으로 뭘 얻는거죠?
12 terms
English - Drama
Playwright
Stage directions
Cast
Chorus
a person who writes a play
An instruction in the text of a play indicating the movement,…
all of the actors in a play
the main action of a play with song, dance and recitation
Playwright
a person who writes a play
Stage directions
An instruction in the text of a play indicating the movement,…
12 terms
english drama
dramatic conventions
set
stage directions
dramatic irony
Devices that theater audiences accept as realistic even thoug…
Arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place…
The specific instructions a playwright includes concerning se…
Irony that occurs when the meaning of the situation is unders…
dramatic conventions
Devices that theater audiences accept as realistic even thoug…
set
Arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place…
16 terms
English drama
drama
drama
being held back
actors
story that comes to life on stage through actor's speech and…
stage action springing from internal power of character's wil…
a character wants something but is ....
stage directions gives insights to ....
drama
story that comes to life on stage through actor's speech and…
drama
stage action springing from internal power of character's wil…
9 terms
English- Drama
Monologue
Dialogue
Script
Foreshadowing
a long speech by one actor in a play or movie, or as part of…
more people as a feature of a book, play, or movie.
handwriting as distinct from print; written characters.
be a warning or indication of (a future event).
Monologue
a long speech by one actor in a play or movie, or as part of…
Dialogue
more people as a feature of a book, play, or movie.
32 terms
English: Drama
Drama (general definition)
Drama (specific definition)
Music
Scenery
acted visually in front of an audience
serious play with well developed characters
creates mood
gives audience a sense of setting
Drama (general definition)
acted visually in front of an audience
Drama (specific definition)
serious play with well developed characters
17 terms
English drama
The crucibles ... By:_______________
Learning goal... Student will learn the _…
What is drama?... A story in a ________,…
Three necessary elements... •a story ... • t…
Arthur miller
Element, purpose, and conflict
Dramatic form, conflict, and actors
Action, and impersonate
The crucibles ... By:_______________
Arthur miller
Learning goal... Student will learn the _…
Element, purpose, and conflict
9 terms
English Drama
drama
characterization
dialogue
exposition
A story acted out, usually on stage, by actors and actresses…
methods used to present the personality of a character in a n…
conversation between two or more characters
part of a play in which important background information is r…
drama
A story acted out, usually on stage, by actors and actresses…
characterization
methods used to present the personality of a character in a n…
12 terms
English drama
Radio play
Set
Playwright
Acts
Are writtien to be performed as radio brodcast
Is the term used for the onsage scenery that suggest the time…
Is the author of a play
Are the units of a action in a drama
Radio play
Are writtien to be performed as radio brodcast
Set
Is the term used for the onsage scenery that suggest the time…
10 terms
English Drama
Drama
Characterization
Conflict
Dialogue
A story acted out, usually on a stage by actors and actresses…
The methods used to present the personality of a character in…
The struggle that takes place between the two opposing forces
Talk or conversation between two or more character
Drama
A story acted out, usually on a stage by actors and actresses…
Characterization
The methods used to present the personality of a character in…
10 terms
English - Drama
Playwright
Actors
Acts
Scenes
The author of the play
People who perform the drama
Units of actions
Acts are divided interesting three parts
Playwright
The author of the play
Actors
People who perform the drama
16 terms
English Drama
Comedy
Drama
Dialogue
Cast
A type of drama in which the plot involves a series of mishap…
A work of literature that is intended to be performed for an…
Conversation between characters
All of the characters in a drama
Comedy
A type of drama in which the plot involves a series of mishap…
Drama
A work of literature that is intended to be performed for an…
16 terms
English drama
Playwright
Actors
Acts
Scenes
The author of a play
People who perform the drama
Units of action
Acts are divided into these parts
Playwright
The author of a play
Actors
People who perform the drama
20 terms
English drama
Drama
Complications
Climax
Resolution
Story that is written to be acted for an audience
Things that get in the way of a character resolving the confl…
An action that determines how the conflict will be resolved
Conflict is resolved and the action ends
Drama
Story that is written to be acted for an audience
Complications
Things that get in the way of a character resolving the confl…
17 terms
English drama
drama
dran
drama
playwright
a story that is meant to be performed
comes from a greek word and means to do or to act
the doing or acting
the author of a play
drama
a story that is meant to be performed
dran
comes from a greek word and means to do or to act
22 terms
English- Drama
Cat on a hot tin roof- Williams
Cat on a hot tin roof- Williams
Cat on a hot tin roof- Williams
A dolls house- Ibsen
'You two had something that had to be kept on ice, yes incorr…
'In all these years, you never believed I loved you. And I di…
'I'm not living with you. We occupy the same cage'
'You know, how inexpressibly deep to Torvald loves me; he wou…
Cat on a hot tin roof- Williams
'You two had something that had to be kept on ice, yes incorr…
Cat on a hot tin roof- Williams
'In all these years, you never believed I loved you. And I di…
32 terms
English Drama
Plays
Catharsis
Length:
Subtext:
meant to be seen and heard not just read ... When we read the pl…
release of emotions negative or positive Marsha the criminal…
the duration of the performance of a play not the written ver…
implied actions beliefs and behaviors
Plays
meant to be seen and heard not just read ... When we read the pl…
Catharsis
release of emotions negative or positive Marsha the criminal…
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