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Theater#1 Terms

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Drama is a script written for the purpose of performance
Humanities are areas of human interest. These answer questions like Who am I and Why am I here. Others include dance, music, art, literature and philosophy
Situation is a problem or challenge the characters must face
Conflict the struggle b/w two opposing forces
Empathy the emotional identification w/ someone or something outside of oneself
Script is a drama that is written down
Critique is an oral or written assessment of performance
Discipline is needed to produce a specified character or pattern behavior commitment to excellence in theatre
Adrenaline is the body chemical that heightens emotion and increases pysical strength
Created by: KeyLime1600