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Grade 9 :: Musical Theater by prbach
Grade 11 :: Theater by creedndhs
Grade 12 :: Theater by carriewible
When an actor produces their lines on the spot:
  1. Homemade
  2. Smart
  3. Improvisation
  4. Clever
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 10 :: History of Theater by spay54
The decline of Roman theatre coincided with which of the following world events:
  1. Fall of the western empire
  2. Theatre became more of an art form and less entertainment
  3. The rise of Christianity
  4. All of the above
  5. A and C only
  6. B and C only
Grade 10 :: History of Theater by spay54
As part of their worship of the Gods, Roman ceremonies included which of the following:
  1. Chariot Races
  2. Gladiatorial Battles
  3. Acting
  4. Singing
  5. All of the Above
Grade 10 :: History of Theater by spay54
Grade 9 :: History of Theater by aryelle
Introduced the first important use of blank verse.
  1. Christopher Marlowe
  2. Ben Johnson
  3. William Shakespeare
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.
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