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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Theater Questions

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Grade 10 :: History of Theater by TeachingCareers
Why do the women in the crowd criticize Hester's scarlet letter?
  1. Its ornate design is inappropriate for a symbol of punishment
  2. Its crude design is unbecoming and sloppy
  3. The fine quality fabric should have been saved for a better purpose
  4. It is misspelled
Grade 10 :: Theater by TeachingCareers
What leads the narrator to finally compose the Scarlet Letter?
  1. He is relieved of his position at the Custom House
  2. He retires and decides to fill his time writing
  3. He meets an elderly man who claimed to know Hester Prynne
  4. He realizes he has nothing better to do with his time at the Custom House
Grade 10 :: History of Theater by JulianaO
Grade 10 :: History of Theater by TeachingCareers
What does the rose outside the prison symbolize, according to the narrator?
  1. The frailty of mankind
  2. The reader's sympathy for Hester's ordeal
  3. A sweet moral blossom found in Hester's story
  4. The beautiful child that resulted from Hester's affair
Grade 10 :: History of Theater by JulianaO

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Moliere is known not only as a playwright but also for:
  1. Being a Musketeer
  2. Flirting with Louis XIV's wife
  3. Acting and being the first to adopt a stage name
  4. Creating stock characters still used today
Grade 10 :: Theater by techteach
What is the first goal of creating lighting for a scene?
  1. Establishing Setting
  2. Creating a pretty picture
  3. Visibility of the actors
  4. Distracting the audience
Grade 10 :: Theater by techteach
What is the primary purpose of color in theatrical lighting?
  1. To establish the time period of the play
  2. To light the actors
  3. To play tricks on the audience
  4. To help create a mood onstage
Grade 10 :: Theater by JulianaO
Improvisation is defined as:
  1. A rehearsed scene without props
  2. A performance that is done without rehearsal or script
  3. An unrehearsed, scripted scene
Grade 10 :: Theater by techteach
Which lighting instrument is the cheapest and easiest to repair?
  1. Par can
  2. Cyc Light
  3. Source 4 ERS
  4. Source 4 PAR
Grade 10 :: Theater by techteach
What is a cyc?
  1. The lighting instrument hung on the catwalk
  2. A colored film placed on a lighting instrument
  3. The specialized white curtain at the back of the stage
  4. The blue curtain at the front of the stage
Grade 10 :: Theater by JulianaO
Grade 10 :: History of Theater by JulianaO

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There were three keys types of plays presented during the Medieval period. What were they?
  1. Mystery, marvel, and miracle
  2. Historic, biblical, and shepherds
  3. Mystery, miracle, and morality
  4. history, mystery, and mummers
Grade 10 :: Theater by techteach
What is the danger in using only one color in a scene? (Red for example)
  1. Decreases visibility
  2. Creates excess shadows
  3. Is painful to the audience's eyes
  4. Increases visibility
Grade 10 :: Theater by wbtheatre
An ensemble is a set of actors who
  1. compete for work.
  2. wrote a scenario.
  3. work together.
  4. compose dialogue.
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