Intro. To Theatre Final Review - Acting: Question Preview (ID: 2222)

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The lines of a play, or conversation among characters, is known as what?
a) Talking b) Dialogue c) Discussion d) Prompts
Anything an actor brings on stage with him or her is called a what?
a) Set prop b) Costume c) Hand prop d) Piece of business
What is the body position you should use to convey important lines?
a) Profile Left b) One Quarter Right c) Full Front d) Full Back
In order to start developing your character, what do you need to complete?
a) A Character Analysis b) A report on the play c) Blocking d) A prompt book
What colors are typically reserved for lead characters?
a) Red and Blue b) White and Red c) White and Blue d) Red and Orange
When setting up a ground plan, furniture groupings should provide a variety of what?
a) Playing areas b) Places to sit c) Things to look at d) Distractions
In the theatre world, X stand for what?
a) Spot b) Cross c) Character d) Do not
What is the basic idea of a play called?
a) Picture b) Moral c) Theme d) Plot
Which of the following skills does theatre involve?
a) Verbal b) Technical c) Visual d) All of these are correct
If Character A and Character B are looking at Character C, the audience will look at Character C too...what is this an example of?
a) Indirect Focus b) Teeter-Totter Focus c) Direct Focus d) Counter Focus
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