10 Set or Setting Construction on the stage that shows time/place Could be called Scenery
11 PropsSmall movable items that the actors use to make actions look real
12 CharacterizationIs the playwright’s technique for creating believable characters.IndirectDirect the author tells you directly about the characters behavior and feelings
13 Indirect Characterization Indirect characterization is the process by which the writer shows the character's personality through his/her speech, actions and appearance.When you watch a movie or television show, you can usually gather what type of person the main character is based on how he/she acts and reacts in different situations
14 Types of DramaDrama is used to describe plays that address a serious subject.
15 Types of DramaComedy is a form of drama that has a happy ending. Humor comes from the dialogue and situations.
16 Types of DramaTragedy is a form of drama in which events lead to the downfall of the main character, often a person of great significance, like a king or hero.
17 Melodramaa play in which the characters are types rather than individuals, the story and situations exaggerated to the point of improbability or sensationalism and the language and emotion over-emphasized
18 Farcea comedy in which story, character, and especially situations are exaggerated to the point of improbability; the situation begins with a highly impossible, but when that is accepted everything that follows is completely logical.Fast moving; uses such theatrical devices as duplications, reversals, repetitions, surprises, disguises, chance encounters, often many doors and closets.
19 Tragic Comedya play with the sincerity and earnestness of tragedy but without its inevitability of impending disaster, attitude of comedy but without its underlying spirit of humor; uses tense situations and moments of extreme conflict, but the tragedy is averted and transcended.