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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Theater Questions

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Grade 11 Theater
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 11 Theater
A stage manager is the person who:
  1. is in charge of seating the audience
  2. is responsible for financial arrangements
  3. is completely in charge of the backstage during performances
  4. moves scenery
Grade 11 Theater
What is the "illusion of the first time"?
  1. the approach that focuses on a character or a group of characters who experience different situations one after another
  2. credibility and freshness in each performace
  3. the approach that focuses on a single situation and places a number of characters in the situation to demonstrate how different personalities will respond to the same event
  4. a situation in which an audience is led to believe that each performance is the first
Grade 11 Theater
Grade 11 Theater
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 11 Theater
An open audition is:
  1. for professional nonunion actors.
  2. improvised auditions.
  3. for professional union actors only.
  4. is a cold reading.
Grade 11 Theater
A warn cue:
  1. advises the stage manager of an entrance, a sound effect, or lighting change.
  2. signals the theater is on fire.
  3. has the actor's lines on a teleprompter.
  4. informs people when a play is over.
Grade 11 Theater
The backbone of a production is the:
  1. the actors
  2. the director.
  3. the promptbook.
  4. the callbacks.
Grade 11 Theater
A reading rehearsal is:
  1. the time in which the movement and stage business are worked out.
  2. the first rehearsal.
  3. when interpretation is developed.
  4. when everything comes together and the actors are ready to perform.
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