Intro. To Theatre Final Review - Blocking: Question Preview (ID: 2224)


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What the characters _____ in a scene is more important than what they ____.
a) Do; Say b) Say; Do c) Touch; Look at d) Look at; Touch
What is the strongest area and what is the weakest area of the stage?
a) 2;4 b) 1;6 c) 4;2 d) 6;1
Blocking must be _____ and have a _____.
a) Simple; Purpose b) Plentiful; Motivation c) Motivated; Purpose d) Slow; Purpose
When one actor is different from all of the rest on stage, they have achieved
a) Individuality b) Contrast c) Popularity d) Emphasis
Making sure that the kind of movements used look like they belong together is using what?
a) Contrast b) Variety c) Unity d) Center of Interest
When blocking a scene, what is created to catch and hold the audience's attention?
a) Emphasis b) Center of Interest c) Levels d) Contrast
To present different levels of emphasis, and change in mood to avoid monotony is using what?
a) Variety b) Unity c) Balance d) Contrast
Having an equal number of figures on each side of the stage is called what?
a) Teeter-Totter Balance b) Aesthetic Balance c) Asymmetrical Balance d) Symmetrical Balance
The type of balance that gives the impression of equal weight on both sides of center, even though it's not, is called what?
a) Teeter-Totter Balance b) Aesthetic Balance c) Asymmetrical Balance d) Symmetrical Balance
True or False: Sitting is more dominate than standing.
a) True b) False c) X d) X
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