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Theater Questions - All Grades

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The Theater questions below are in the following grade levels:
Grades: 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College
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Grade 7 :: Theater by greenerkim
In the plot, the climax is when
  1. conflict and suspense build
  2. conflict reaches peak or turning point
  3. suspense lessens
  4. characters, setting, and conflict are introduced
Grade 6 :: Musical Theater by carriewible
Grade 7 :: Theater by greenerkim
In the plot the exposition is when
  1. the outcome of the story is decided
  2. suspense lessens
  3. confict and suspense builds
  4. characters, setting and conflict are introduced
Grade 9 :: History of Theater by Jennistackman25
An element in drama that evokes sorrow and compassion?
  1. closet drama
  2. folk drama
  3. pathos
  4. chorus
Grade 9 :: History of Theater by Jennistackman25
A play based on the legends of saints?
  1. Saint Play
  2. Mystery Play
  3. Morality Play
  4. Thespian
Grade 8 :: History of Theater by carriewible
In Romeo and Juliet who died by sword/dagger?
  1. Paris and Romeo
  2. Mercutio and Tybalt
  3. Juliet
  4. B and C
Grade 9 :: History of Theater by wbtheatre
Aristotle wrote this book that outlined the essential elements of drama
  1. The Poetics
  2. The Odyssey
  3. The Illiad
  4. The Origin of Species
Grade 11 :: Theater by creedndhs
Grade 11 :: Theater by Abingdongal
The responsibilities of the Assistant Director include all of the following EXCEPT
  1. Take attendance
  2. Set up rehearsal room
  3. Read lines of absent actors
  4. Design costumes
Grade 7 :: Theater by greenerkim
The setting in a play is the
  1. who and what of a play
  2. how and why of the play
  3. where and when of the play
  4. which and the when of the play
Grade 11 :: Theater by Abingdongal
The backbone of a production is the:
  1. the actors
  2. the director.
  3. the promptbook.
  4. the callbacks.
Grade 8 :: Theater by sarahunter
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 10 :: History of Theater by JulianaO

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