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Theater Questions - All Grades

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The Theater questions below are in the following grade levels:
Grades: 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College
1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 17
Grade 7 :: Theater by greenerkim
The theme of a play:
  1. describes the details of the setting
  2. is where and when the play takes place
  3. is a statement of life which the playwright builds the play around
  4. is the action or main events
Grade 7 :: Theater by Dramamama1
Improvisation means
  1. Acting without a script
  2. Acting without speaking
  3. Acting without thinking
Grade 7 :: Theater by Dramamama1
You can develop a character from
  1. a gesture
  2. a voice
  3. a piece of clothing
  4. all of the above
Grade 8 :: History of Theater by carriewible
Shakespeare lived in the days of which Queen?
  1. Queen Ann
  2. Queen Elizabeth
  3. Queen Judith
  4. Queen Arden
Grade 8 :: History of Theater by carriewible
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 11 :: Theater by creedndhs
What is blocking?
  1. A section of the script spoken by one person.
  2. A direction to the director or actor written into the script.
  3. Planned movement.
  4. The story and its action.
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 8 :: Theater by kramos95
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 9 :: History of Theater by paullewismusic
Stephen Sondheim was born on                                    in                                   .
  1. April 23, 1940 Boston, Mass
  2. March 22, 1930 New York, New York
  3. March 22, 1942 Doylestown, PA
  4. February 22, 1950 Los Angeles, CA
Grade 12 :: History of Theater by penny_71
Grade 7 :: Theater by Dramamama1
Scenario is another word for
  1. Storyline
  2. Plot
  3. Movement
Grade 10 :: Theater by Sarah214
Grade 9 :: History of Theater by wbtheatre
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