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Drama Vocabulary

TermDefinition
play/drama literature that is meant to be preformed.
dialogue the exchange of spoken words between characters.
stage directions all the information besides dialogue that a playwright puts in a script, including setting notes, entrances, and exits.
playwright is the author of the play.
acts are the units of actions in a drama (containing scenes)
reveal to make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others.
conflict a problem or struggle by the characters.
plot The main events of a play or story that is made up of the setting, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.
resolve to settle or find a solution to a problem (conflict).
scene a sequence of continuous action in an act of the play.
setting the place or type of surroundings where something is positioned or where an event takes place.
conclude To arrive at a decision based on information learned.
inference an educated or intelligent guess.
indicate to point out; show
narrator the person telling the story; he/she gives background information and fills in the details about characters, setting, or events.
script the written text of a play or drama
props items or objects that are on stage during a play; always have a purpose or meaning. They can represent something, be referred to by characters, or be used by characters.
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