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Drama Test 6

Drama 1 - Test 6 Review

A ___________ is when one person does a dramatic presentation. monologue
A ___________ is when two or more people do a dramatic presentation. dialogue
The ______________ is the main character in literature. protagonist
An _____________ is the major opponent of the main character. antagonist
___________ is all around us. drama
A ____________ is when the action of the story is presented without spoken word. pantomime
____________ is imitating what we see, hear and observe. mimicry
A _______________ is always planned and rehearsed. formal performance
A _______________ is an audition without having time to know the material in advance. cold reading
Being ____________ is rehearsing without a script to prompt from. off book
____________ is speaking clearly so as to be understood. enunciation
___________ is speaking loud enough to be heard. projection
To ____________ is to try out for a part in a production. audition
the written words of a play are called the _________. script
The person who writes a play is called the ___________. playwrite
When an actor has auditioned and is requested to return it is a ________________. call back
A _______________ is when the actor studies all the descriptions and information about a character provided by the script. character analysis
A __________ comes before the performance. rehearsal
A ______________ is descriptive statements that help the reader distinguish one character from another. character description
A _________ is the name of a piece that tells us something about the piece and or captures the reader's attention. title
A division that lets the reader know that time or location has changed is the ____________. scene
The __________ is the information that helps the reader know 1) what is taking place 2) where it is taking place 3) when it is taking place & 4) who is involved setting
The setting is information that helps the reader know 1) what _____________ 2) where _____________ 3) when _____________ 4) who ____________ is taking place, it is taking place, it is taking place, is involved
The ____________ is when all of the suspense and emotion is at it's highest point. climax
A turning point in a conflict is called the __________. crisis
The conflicts that lead up to the crisis is called the _________________. rising action
The ______________ are the events that immediately follow the crisis. falling action
The __________ is the message of the play, poem or story. theme
___________ is when two opposing forces clash. conflict
The five types of _____________ are: 1) man vs man 2) man vs himself 3) man vs. society 4) man vs nature & 5) man vs god or mythical gods. conflict
What are the 5 types of conflict? 1. man vs man 2. man vs himself 3. man vs society 4. man vs. nature & 5. man vs. God or mythical gods
MDQ stands for ____________. major dramatic question
the most obvious elements of a play are the __________. characters
The __________ includes the details of the story that create suspense while emphasizing conflict. plot
The ___________ is the person or people who receive the message of the presentation. audience
The person who develops a vision for the production and provides leadership to all involved is the ____________. director
The ____________ is the first event that introduces conflict to the story. inciting event
Stage directions are _________, __________, __________, ___________, ____________, ____________, ___________. They tell the actor what part of the stage to move to. DSR (Down Stage Right), DSL (Down Stage Left), DSC (Down Stage Center), USR (Up Stage Right), USL (Up Stage Left), USC (Up Stage Center), C (Center)
The clothes actors wear in a play are called the ____________. costumes
A ________________ is a reading presentation not requiring memorization. staged reading
Moving about the stage with purpose or for a reason is called _______________. blocking
DSR Down Stage Right
DSL Down Stage Left
DSC Down Stage Center
USR Up Stage Right
USL Up Stage Left
USC Up Stage Center
C Center
Created by: bgpalmers
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