Presentation on theme: "Let’s… Review vocabulary! Yay!. What’s the difference between theater and theatre? Glad you asked… Theater is the building in which plays are performed."— Presentation transcript:
Let’s… Review vocabulary! Yay!
What’s the difference between theater and theatre? Glad you asked… Theater is the building in which plays are performed. Theatre is the writing or performing of plays, as well as the study of the art form.
Parts of the stage! Upstage is the area of the stage furthest from the audience. Downstage is the area of the stage closest to the audience. Stage left is the actor’s left when he is facing the audience. Stage right is the actor’s right when he is facing the audience. Stage LeftStage Right
What’s the difference between a dialogue and a monologue? The amount of characters speaking, silly! A monologue is a long speech spoken by one person, typically revealing feelings or motives. A dialogue is a conversation between two or more characters onstage.
Can you walk in and out of the theater while people are performing?
Can you save seats for your friends?
Can you eat or drink in the theater?
Can you rest your feet on the back of chairs?
Can you laugh?
Can you talk or sing along?
Is flash photography allowed?
Is it cool if I record a performance?
Can I clap?
_______ are items used by the actor for stage business or characterization.
_______________ are the different angles an actor can use in relation to the audience.
The five Body Positions Full front Full back One-quarter Profile Three-quarter
An _______ is a male or female playing character roles.
A written copy of the dialogue that the actors will speak is the ________.
__________________ is the process of developing and portraying a personality through thought, action, dialogue, costuming, and makeup.
The ____________ are the large portable pieces of the stage setting.