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Theater Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 History of Theater
Sophocles wrote which of the following plays?
  1. Medea
  2. Agamemnon
  3. Lysistrata
  4. Oedipus
Grade 10 Theater
What is a protagonist?
  1. the good guy
  2. the main character
  3. the secondary character
  4. the character who plays tag
  5. the oldest character
Grade 10 Theater
Talk between or among characters is:
  1. dialogue
  2. a monologue
  3. speech
  4. setting
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
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 10 Theater
What is an antagonist?
  1. someone who is violent
  2. someone or something helping the protagonist
  3. someone or something who enters the play after the protagonist
  4. someone or something opposed to the protagonist
  5. someone who dies alone on a deserted island while his family wastes all his money in Las Vegas
Grade 10 Theater
The main idea of the play is usually summed up in the . . .
  1. summary
  2. style
  3. theme
  4. irony
  5. cosmos
  6. pizza
Grade 10 Theater
Who is in charge during a production?
  1. teacher
  2. lead actor
  3. director
  4. man
Grade 12 Theater
When an actor produces their lines on the spot:
  1. Homemade
  2. Smart
  3. Improvisation
  4. Clever
Grade 10 Theater
Grade 10 Theater
A long, usually lonely, speech spoken to the audience is:
  1. a soliloquy
  2. an improv
  3. a dialogue
  4. an aside
Grade 7 Theater
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 Theater
Grade 6 History of Theater
Grade 7 Theater
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
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