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Chapter 1

drama a story written to be played out on a stage.
theatre arts the term used to cover all parts of training or instruction in the field of theater.
script a written copy of the dialogue that the actors will speak.
character the personality the actor portrays in a scene or play that is different from his or her own personality.
actors males or females playing character roles.
acting an actor’s assumed behavior for the purpose of projecting a character to an audience.
play story in dialogue form to be acted out by actors before a live audience.
dramatic structure the special literary style in which plays are written.
dialogue the conversation between actors on the stage.
playwright one who writes plays.
filmed preserved by a moving photo- graph.
theater the writing or performing of plays, as well as the formal study of the art form. Also, a building in which plays are performed.
ritual repeated action that becomes a custom or ceremony.
player-audience relationship the special interactive and “live” relationship that exists between the performers and the audience, connecting and bonding them into a team.
Created by: aspen.mays37