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drama terms 12

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dialogue what actors/characters say
stage directions tell the actors what to do where to stand what to hold they are written italics and are in breackets
comedy a drama with a happy ending
tragedy a drama with a tragic or unhappy ending
tragic flaw the quilty belief personality trait that lead to a characters death or downfall
1 act play a drama with few characters few scenes usually last less than an hour
full length play many characters many scenes many conflicts asually last 2 housr or more
monologue a long speech by a character on stage other characters can hear a monologue
aside a brief comment made by a character to another character or to the audience not heard by other characters meant to be haerd by the audience
soliloquy a long speech made by a character in which his/her thought and feelings are revesled usually not meant to be heard by other characters but it is meant to be heard by the audience
Created by: erineosalgado