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Drama Terms part 1

stage areas for convenience, the acting area is divided into nine areas upstage right, upstage center, upstage left center right, center, center left down right, down center, down left
upstage moving away from the audience
stage right moving or area to the right according to the audience's view
stage left moving to the left according to the audience's view
setting the imaginary place and time the stage area represents
Set prop a large prop, such as a piece of furniture, that is not easily moved. Ex: chairs, tables, fireplaces, platforms. In pantomimes, set props like chairs are usually real; all others are imaginary.
sight cue a visual signal for actors to begin action or dialogue, or for the audience to quiet down for a performance.
Stage property (usually abbreviated prop) any item used on stage
set the actual pieces of furniture, platform or other items (or their lack) on the stage
pantomime a performance that communicates an idea or an action without using dialogue
Created by: sarah.ignatius