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Drama Terms part 2

Drama Theatre part 2

hand prop a prop that can be easily handled Ex: books, chalk, dishes, baseball bats. In pantomime, hand props are usually imaginary.
monologue, solo scene a scene for one actor, who speaks his or her thoughts aloud or talks to an imaginary character or directly to the audience
improvisation (improv) a scene performed with little or no rehearsal, it usually includes dialogue
gesture a movement usually of the arm, that helps to express an idea or feeling
exposition information given through dialogue during a scene that explains events leading up to the action
duet scene a scene for two people
downstage a movement or area toward the audience
dialogue spoken words on stage
cue a signal to begin action or dialogue
character, role the imaginary person, thing , or animal the actor pretends to be on stage
full front actor facing the audience
profile right or left actor turns so the audience can see only half his/her face
one quarter right or left "cheating out", actor is neither full front nor profile
full back actor's back is to the audience
Created by: sarah.ignatius