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Theater Chapter 5 words
Onstage
Offstage
Gestures
Muscular Memory
what the audience can see
what the audience can't see
expressive bodily actions
the ability to move onstage without having to think about it.
Onstage
what the audience can see
Offstage
what the audience can't see
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theater chapter 5
atmosphere
mood
Soliauque
Neoclassits
used to describe imagery
How the reader feels about the text while reading.
a character thinking out loud (hamlet- to be or to not to be)
French and Italian dramists from the 1600s
atmosphere
used to describe imagery
mood
How the reader feels about the text while reading.
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Theater- Chapter 5
Consciousness-raising is..
Who engages in forms of acting?
What are two types of acting in everyd…
4 reasons that on stage acting is diff…
making people aware of social attitudes towards women
everyone
imitation and role play
1. actress is always observed by an audience... 2. actors may no…
Consciousness-raising is..
making people aware of social attitudes towards women
Who engages in forms of acting?
everyone
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Theater Chapter 5
aristotle
protagonist
neoclassicists
proscenium arch
greek philosopher who described the key elements of a play.
the main character of a play
french and italian dramatists who relied on the use of the 3…
structure that frames the stage, separating it from the audie…
aristotle
greek philosopher who described the key elements of a play.
protagonist
the main character of a play
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Theater arts chapter 5
Protagonist
Proscenium arch
Spectacle, sound, diction, character,…
Exposition
Main character
Separates the audience from the actors
Aristotle's key elements of a play
Process of making them apparent to the audience
Protagonist
Main character
Proscenium arch
Separates the audience from the actors
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Musical theater chapter 5
what are musical like in 1990's
how reverses the trends of american br…
what works in 1990's on broadway
what percent of theaters are dead in 1…
there are few long running american hits still... critics claim…
disney
nostalgia with old styles and revivals... black musicals... disney…
50 percent... absolutely nothing is happening to them
what are musical like in 1990's
there are few long running american hits still... critics claim…
how reverses the trends of american br…
disney
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Theater Chapter 5
Realism
Naturalism
Symbolism
Expressionism
Presents life as it actually is
Depicts life life as it is with no holds barred (grew out of…
The use of one element- a character, a prop, or a piece of sc…
The message is usually uselessness of human hopes and dreams…
Realism
Presents life as it actually is
Naturalism
Depicts life life as it is with no holds barred (grew out of…
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Theater Chapter 5
Dialogue
Character
Stage Direction
Reading Between The Lines
...
...
...
...
Dialogue
...
Character
...
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Theater Chapter 5
elizabethan
what happened to theater between golde…
fall of roman empire
middle ages
16th century
romans appropriated theaters according to roman aesthetic, th…
middle ages or dark ages, rural, held together by christianit…
drama no longer existed, no records of theatrical tradition,…
elizabethan
16th century
what happened to theater between golde…
romans appropriated theaters according to roman aesthetic, th…
Theater 1 Chapter 5 Definitions
Relaxation
Posture
Breathing
Diaphragm
Freedom from all bodily tensions
How we sit and stand
The necessary process of inhaling and exhaling air to live
The muscle located between the abdomen and the rib cage
Relaxation
Freedom from all bodily tensions
Posture
How we sit and stand
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Theater Arts Vocab Chapter 5
protagonist
exposition
atmosphere
mood
The actions and speech of the main character.
The process of making them apparent to the audience
is the environment of the play, largely created by staging an…
emotional feeling of the play.
protagonist
The actions and speech of the main character.
exposition
The process of making them apparent to the audience
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Chapter 5-Theater
William Shakespeare
Christopher Marlowe
Elizabethan Age
Jacobean Era
Written records give little indication of the way in which Sh…
Playwright, poet. Christopher Marlowe was a poet and playwrig…
Elizabeth I became the Queen of England in 1558, six years be…
In literature, too, many themes and patterns were carried ove…
William Shakespeare
Written records give little indication of the way in which Sh…
Christopher Marlowe
Playwright, poet. Christopher Marlowe was a poet and playwrig…
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Chapter 5 Theater
antagonist
climax
conclusion
falling action
the person or the force working against the protagonist in a…
the turning point in a play.
the final outcome of the preceding action of a play.
the series of events following the climax.
antagonist
the person or the force working against the protagonist in a…
climax
the turning point in a play.
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Theater chapter 5
relaxation
posture
breathing
diaphragm
freedom from all bodily tensions
how we sit and stand
the necessary process of inhaling and exhaling air to live
the muscle located between the abdomen and the rib cage
relaxation
freedom from all bodily tensions
posture
how we sit and stand
10 terms
Theater Chapter 5
The Renaissance
Spain
France
England
- "rebirth"... - Began in Italy in the 1400's... - Humanism: man is…
exploration and conquest
unparalleled development in social organization and philosophy
William Shakespeare Theatre
The Renaissance
- "rebirth"... - Began in Italy in the 1400's... - Humanism: man is…
Spain
exploration and conquest
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Theater - Chapter 5 Vocabulary
blocking
conventions
denouement
exposition
coordination of actors' movements onstage
the generally accepted practices of theatre that affect time,…
the final resolution of the conflict in a plot
the beginning part of a plot that provides important backgrou…
blocking
coordination of actors' movements onstage
conventions
the generally accepted practices of theatre that affect time,…
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Chapter 5: Theater
the script
the plot
the plot- exposition
the plot- inciting moment, incident
the written dialogue and stage directions for the entire play
the sequence of actions that presents the story
the setting and characters are explained
the action that established the basic dramatic conflict
the script
the written dialogue and stage directions for the entire play
the plot
the sequence of actions that presents the story
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Theater chapter 5
Beijing opera
Collective creation
Cycle plays
Dialogue
A classical traditional Chinese form that combines music danc…
The collaboration on the creation of the play and or producti…
medieval plays, also known as mystery plays, based on stories…
The actual words spoken between and among the characters
Beijing opera
A classical traditional Chinese form that combines music danc…
Collective creation
The collaboration on the creation of the play and or producti…
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Theater Terms Chapter 5
Aristotle
Protagonist
Neoclassicists
Proscenium Arch
Greek philospher who described the key elements to a play
The main character of a play
French and Italian dramatists who relied on the use of the 3…
Structure that frames the stage, separating it from the audie…
Aristotle
Greek philospher who described the key elements to a play
Protagonist
The main character of a play
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Chapter 5 Theater
Character
Staging or Spectacle
Audience
The Theater
The Imaginary person who engages in the action. Characters ha…
All the elements that strike the audience's eyes and ears-cos…
One of the most ancient theories of drama, Aristotle's Poetic…
The physical place in which audience and drama meet- no more…
Character
The Imaginary person who engages in the action. Characters ha…
Staging or Spectacle
All the elements that strike the audience's eyes and ears-cos…
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chapter 5 theater vocab
relaxation
posture
breathing
diaphragm
freedom from all bodily tensions
how we sit and stand
inhaling and exhaling air to live
muscle between abdomin and rib cage
relaxation
freedom from all bodily tensions
posture
how we sit and stand
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Chapter 5 Voc theater
Protagonist
Proscenium arch
Atmosphere
Exposition
The maim character in a play
The arch opening between the stage and the auditorium
The environment of the play created by staging and light
The information put before an audience that gives the where,…
Protagonist
The maim character in a play
Proscenium arch
The arch opening between the stage and the auditorium
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Theater Chapter 5
When one person mimics or copies anoth…
The eighteenth-century scholar who wro…
Regardless of the level of intellectua…
Sometimes performers used a claptrap t…
imitation
true
All of these answers are correct.
17th Century French Theater
When one person mimics or copies anoth…
imitation
The eighteenth-century scholar who wro…
true
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theater chapter 5
3 things that need to be combined in o…
when an actor is focused on a particul…
when an actor is able to let go of unw…
name 5 20th century acting teachers an…
1.inner truth... 2.vocal and physical skills... 3.believeablibilty
circle of attention
relaxation
meyerhold: biomechanics ... copeau: commedia del arte... lecoq: clo…
3 things that need to be combined in o…
1.inner truth... 2.vocal and physical skills... 3.believeablibilty
when an actor is focused on a particul…
circle of attention
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Theater Arts Chapter 5
Artistic director
Call
choreographer
curtain
a person in charge of overall creative vision
the time the actors are expected to arrive at the theater to…
creates and teaches dance steps to actors
the time the play starts
Artistic director
a person in charge of overall creative vision
Call
the time the actors are expected to arrive at the theater to…
Theater: Chapter 5 Vocab
Aristotle
Protagonist
Neoclassicists
Proscenium Arch
Greek philosopher who described the key elements to a play
The main character of a play
French and Italian dramatists who relied on the use of three…
Structure that frames the stage, separating it from the audie…
Aristotle
Greek philosopher who described the key elements to a play
Protagonist
The main character of a play
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Tech theater chapter 5
Straight grain and texture
Hard wood is slow growinag and expensi…
When attaching wood to metal
Appereance and structual integrity
Two things we look for when choosing lumber?
Compare and contrast soft wood and hard wood?
When should you use self drilling screws
Lumber is graded for what two qualities?
Straight grain and texture
Two things we look for when choosing lumber?
Hard wood is slow growinag and expensi…
Compare and contrast soft wood and hard wood?
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Chapter 5 Culture: The Theater
Large Theater
Large Theater
Large Theater
Velum
5,000 Spectators
Semicircular
Open Air
Awning Operated by Sailors to Provide Shade for Audience Memb…
Large Theater
5,000 Spectators
Large Theater
Semicircular
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Theater 1310 Chapter 5
Procenium
Arena ?
Thrust?
Black Box Stage Area
another name for the picture frame state
actor-centered rather than scenery centered type stage
type of stage which dispenses with all scenery except floor t…
a theatre space that is open, flexible, and adaptable, usuall…
Procenium
another name for the picture frame state
Arena ?
actor-centered rather than scenery centered type stage
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Chapter 5 tech theater
What are the three primary materials u…
What two things do we look for when ch…
Compare and contrast hard and soft wood.
what wood do we use?
wood, wood by-products and fabric.
a straight grain and an even texture.
Hard woods are very heavy, hard to work with and expensive, w…
northern pine
What are the three primary materials u…
wood, wood by-products and fabric.
What two things do we look for when ch…
a straight grain and an even texture.
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Tech Theater Chapter 5
What are the three primary materials u…
What two things do we look for when ch…
For shifting and transporting, wood mu…
Why is hard wood expensive?
Lumber, lumber byproducts and fabric
Straight grain and even texture
medium weight, strong, and rigid
Slow growing
What are the three primary materials u…
Lumber, lumber byproducts and fabric
What two things do we look for when ch…
Straight grain and even texture
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Chapter 5 Theater Arts Vocabulary
Tableau
Climax
Atmosphere
Denouement
In ancient Greek, theater, a scene presented by silent, unmov…
At the top of the plot structure diagram
The environment of a play created by staging and lighting
Term that describes the untangling off complications in a pla…
Tableau
In ancient Greek, theater, a scene presented by silent, unmov…
Climax
At the top of the plot structure diagram
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Theater 100 - Chapter 5 (Acting)
role playing and the attempt to copy t…
role model
the director
social and personal
the 2 types of acting
referring to people whose lives, or "roles," serve as models…
the person who works most closely with actors
the 2 categories of role playing
role playing and the attempt to copy t…
the 2 types of acting
role model
referring to people whose lives, or "roles," serve as models…
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Chapter 5: A Day in the Life of a Theater
Ensemble
Repertory
Ghost Light
Dramaturg
the crew of people who work as one to create a production
group of plays performed by a theater in a season
a single bare light bulb mounted on a portable pole left to b…
a literary advisor and expert in theatre history who helps di…
Ensemble
the crew of people who work as one to create a production
Repertory
group of plays performed by a theater in a season
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Theater Arts- Chapter 5 Structure of Drama
protagonist
exposition
atmosphere
mood
The main character in a play
The information put before an audience that gives the where,…
The environment of the play created by staging and lighting
the emotional feeling of a play
protagonist
The main character in a play
exposition
The information put before an audience that gives the where,…
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Musical theater chapter 5 part 2
moving out
moving out inspired by what
what tells the story in moving out
theater crtics
jukebox dance... rock is everywhere
billy joel music shaped into a rock ballet
dance
a lot of critic proof shows ... so do people listen do they have…
moving out
jukebox dance... rock is everywhere
moving out inspired by what
billy joel music shaped into a rock ballet
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Chapter 5 - Musik und Theater
die Aufführung
der Beifall
die Bühne
der Chor
performance
applause
stage
choir
die Aufführung
performance
der Beifall
applause
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Theater Insight Exam Chapter 5 and 6
Emotional recall
Ensemble playing
Magic if
Realism
Stanislavski's exercise that helps the performer present real…
Acting that stresses the total artistic unity of a group perf…
Stanislavski's acting exercise that requires the performer to…
Broadly, an attempt to present onstage people and events corr…
Emotional recall
Stanislavski's exercise that helps the performer present real…
Ensemble playing
Acting that stresses the total artistic unity of a group perf…
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Theater 2 - Mrs. Cox Chapter 5
protagonist
exposition
atmosphere
mood
the main character in the play
the information put before an audience that gives the where,…
the environment of the play created by staging and lighting
the emotional feeling of a play
protagonist
the main character in the play
exposition
the information put before an audience that gives the where,…
20 terms
Mrs maze chapter 5 theater vocabulary
Relaxation
Posture
Breathing
Diaphragm
Freedom from all bodily tensions
How we sit and stand
The necessary process of inhaling and exhaling air to live
The muscle located between the abdomen and the rib cage
Relaxation
Freedom from all bodily tensions
Posture
How we sit and stand
31 terms
theater chapter 5-8 quiz
abstraction
emotion memory
imagination
inner images
the process of observing an object for the purpose of taking…
a personal emotion that helps an actor find a similar stage e…
form inner image or concept of something that is not there/no…
specific mental pictures that help an actor to trigger active…
abstraction
the process of observing an object for the purpose of taking…
emotion memory
a personal emotion that helps an actor find a similar stage e…
14 terms
Intro to Theater: Chapter 5 Vocabulary Terms
Protagonist
Exposition
Atmosphere
Mood
the main character in a play
the information put before an audience that gives the where,…
the environment of the play created by staging and lighting
the emotional feeling of a play
Protagonist
the main character in a play
Exposition
the information put before an audience that gives the where,…
17 terms
URI Theater 100 Final (Chapter 5)
What is the job description of the pro…
What is the job description of the sta…
What is the job description of the tec…
What is the job description of the cos…
includes the responsibility for running a play production and…
managing rehearsals, actors, technicians, props and costume f…
person who organizes the production, schedules the work proce…
manages the costume shop
What is the job description of the pro…
includes the responsibility for running a play production and…
What is the job description of the sta…
managing rehearsals, actors, technicians, props and costume f…
47 terms
Theater Appreciation Chapter 5 A Day in the Life of Theatre
repertory
ghost light
costume shop
literary manager
a group of plays performed by a theatre company during the co…
is a solid illumination light that is rolled out on state the…
the sewing machines, fabric-cutting tables, fitting rooms and…
the liaison between playwrights, agents, and the theatre, who…
repertory
a group of plays performed by a theatre company during the co…
ghost light
is a solid illumination light that is rolled out on state the…
17 terms
Theater Appreciation 101 Exam 2 Chapter 5
Dramatic genre
Identify different schemes by country
Identify tragedy
Characteristics of tragedy
Relates to emotional response; Different genres serve differe…
Rasa: Indian Sanskrit... Noh: Japanese... Genre: Traditional Western
Tragedy: Genre of plays that is serious and ends unhappily.
Serious... Ends Unhappily... Emotions of pity... Magnitude or importance
Dramatic genre
Relates to emotional response; Different genres serve differe…
Identify different schemes by country
Rasa: Indian Sanskrit... Noh: Japanese... Genre: Traditional Western
17 terms
URI Theater 100 Final (Chapter 5)
What is the job description of the pro…
What is the job description of the sta…
What is the job description of the tec…
What is the job description of the cos…
includes the responsibility for running a play production and…
managing rehearsals, actors, technicians, props and costume f…
person who organizes the production, schedules the work proce…
manages the costume shop
What is the job description of the pro…
includes the responsibility for running a play production and…
What is the job description of the sta…
managing rehearsals, actors, technicians, props and costume f…
12 terms
Theater Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Quality
Resonance
Nasality
Pitch
the individual sound of a particular voice
the vibrant tone produced when sound waves strike the chamber…
the quality sound produced through the nasal passages
the relative highness or lowness of the voice
Quality
the individual sound of a particular voice
Resonance
the vibrant tone produced when sound waves strike the chamber…
19 terms
theater ch 5
relaxation
posture
breathing
diaphragm
Freedom from all bodily tensions
How we sit or stand
The necessary process of inhaling and exhaling air to live
The muscle located between the abdomen and the rib cage
relaxation
Freedom from all bodily tensions
posture
How we sit or stand
Theater ch.5
Aristotle
Protagonists
Neoclassicists
Proscenium arch
he was a greek think who described the key elements in a grea…
main character of a play, ( movie, books; may be a group of c…
french and Italian play writes who relied on use of Aristotle…
structure that frames the stage, separating it from the audie…
Aristotle
he was a greek think who described the key elements in a grea…
Protagonists
main character of a play, ( movie, books; may be a group of c…
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