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Grade 8 History of Theater
A tragedy is:
  1. A theme that is serious in nature where the hero lives.
  2. A theme that is serious in depth where the hero dies.
  3. A theme that is exaggerated where the hero dies.
  4. A theme that is exaggerated where the hero lives.
Grade 8 History of Theater
Grade 8 History of Theater
What are the Elements of Plot?
  1. Point of Attack, Exposition, Preparation, Confusion
  2. Climax, Resolution, Dramatic Question or Problem, Crisis
  3. Conflict, Dialogue, Complications, Theme
  4. Spectacle, Music, Characters, Plot
Grade 8 History of Theater
Grade 8 History of Theater
Grade 8 History of Theater
What are three types of characters?
  1. Central, Crisis, Dialogue
  2. Climax, Exposition, Complications
  3. Opposing, Central, Contributing
  4. Preparation, Conflict, Drama
Grade 8 History of Theater
In what category does Allegory fall under?
  1. Elements of plot.
  2. Production styles.
  3. Type of plays.
  4. Type of characters.
Grade 8 History of Theater
Shakespeare lived in the days of which Queen?
  1. Queen Ann
  2. Queen Elizabeth
  3. Queen Judith
  4. Queen Arden
Grade 8 Theater
Which character utters the famous words: "God bless us, Every one"?
  1. Tiny Tim
  2. Bob Cratchit
  3. Fred
  4. The Ghost of Christmas Present
Grade 8 History of Theater
An Elizabethan actor had to be and expert in which of the following?
  1. Fencing and Tumbling
  2. Dancing and Elocution
  3. Acting & Music
  4. All of the above
Grade 8 History of Theater
Grade 8 History of Theater
In Romeo and Juliet who died by sword/dagger?
  1. Paris and Romeo
  2. Mercutio and Tybalt
  3. Juliet
  4. B and C
Grade 8 Theater
Improvisation is defined as:
  1. a rehearsed scene without props
  2. a performance that is done without a rehearsal or script
  3. an unrehearsed scripted scene
Grade 8 History of Theater
In Romeo and Juliet who died by sword/dagger?
  1. Paris and Tybolt
  2. Romeo and Paris
  3. Juliet
  4. Mercutio and Tybolt
  5. A and C
  6. C and D
Grade 8 Theater
External traits include
  1. What kind of car that's owned
  2. Emotions
  3. The way a person walks
  4. Where a person lives
Grade 8 History of Theater
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