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Theatre 1 L to J Quiz Debbie MacKinney Tanque Verde High School, Tucson, AZ
A group of actors in Greek drama who commented on the main action of the play 1 Chorus Menu
The first actor to step out of the Greek chorus and have individual lines, which resulted in the term we still give actors today 2 Thespis Menu
Using the entire playing space and/or bringing energy to yourself 3 Taking the stage Menu
The clear and precise pronunciation of words 4 Articulation Menu
A type of stage where the audience view is framed 5 Proscenium Menu
Information that is implied by a character through dialogue and actions, but isn’t stated 6 Subtext Menu
A reading of a script done by actors who have not previously reviewed the play (usually in an audition) 7 Cold reading Menu
Carefully noting people’s emotions, physical characteristics, and vocal patterns to create a character 8 Observation Menu
The use of height of an actor above the stage floor and other actors 9 Levels Menu
A silent, motionless depiction of a scene created by actors, often forming a picture 10 Tableau Menu
Improperly taking attention from an actor who should be the focus 11 Upstaging Menu
The stage position an actor takes between other actors or set pieces so they are visible to the audience 12 Window Menu
The planning and working out of the movements an actor makes on stage 13 Blocking Menu
Acting without words through facial expression, gesture, and movement 14 Pantomime Menu
The imaginary wall through which the audience watches the play 15 Fourth wall Menu
Specific areas of the stage used to define movement 16 Stage direction Menu
Using different kinds of pitch, tone, speed and volume in speaking and singing 17 Vocal variety Menu
Actions, gestures, posture, and movements that show personality or emotional state of a character 18 Physicality Menu
An expressive movement of any part of the body 19 Gesture Menu
The question of what an actor would do if they were this character in these given circumstances of the play 20 Magic if Menu
The main arrangement of events in a play 21 Plot Menu
The second line of action in a play that is less important than the main story 22 Subplot Menu
A struggle between two opposing forces that creates the dramatic action in a play 23 Conflict Menu
The facts of the play—who, what, when, where, why 24 Given circumstances Menu
A condition of balance or unchanging stability of the world of the play at the beginning 25 Stasis Menu
The conflict or event that throws off the balance and sets the action of the play in motion 26 Intrusion Menu
The series of events leading to the climax 27 Rising action Menu
The point of the play where the tension is the highest; the peak of the conflict 28 Climax Menu
The main character of the play that moves the action forward 29 Protagonist Menu
The person or situation that opposes another character’s goals or desires 30 Antagonist Menu
A type of play in which the protagonist fails to achieve what they want or is overcome by opposing forces 31 Tragedy Menu
A type of play with humorous situations that could involve a low character rising in status, a misunderstanding, etc. that usually has a happy ending 32 Comedy Menu
A twist in which a character in high status falls, or a character in low status rises 33 Reversal Menu
The basic idea or ideas of a play 34 Theme Menu
A character’s rank in society according to a general order of importance 35 Status Menu
The visual symmetry of the stage 36 Balance Menu
To move from one position to another onstage 37 Cross Menu
To move from one position to another on stage AFTER another actor moves in order to balance out the stage picture 38 Counter cross Menu
The stage technique in which an actor who is facing sideways pivots the torso and turns the face toward the audience 39 Cheat out Menu
The part of acting that involves using hand props, stage props, other actors, or parts of the set 40 Stage business Menu
A rehearsal session where a section of script is worked on with stops and starts to incorporate changes 41 Work through Menu
A rehearsal session where a script is practiced with few or no stops 42 Run through Menu
A rehearsal where lighting, sound, sets and props are used so that transitions can go smoothly 43 Tech rehearsal Menu
An uninterrupted rehearsal with full costumes, makeup, hair and props— the final rehearsal before the first performance 44 Dress rehearsal Menu
The offstage areas to the right and left of the set used as entrances and exits but concealing backstage areas 45 Wings Menu
To remove objects from the stage, or dismantle the set 46 Strike Menu
A larger section of speech by a single actor 47 Monologue Menu
A portion of a script, usually used for cold readings in an audition 48 Sides Menu
A spontaneous style of theatre through which scenes are created without advance rehearsal or script 49 Improvisation Menu
The section of the stage in front of the curtain 50 Apron Menu
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