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Who is the person in charge of all aspects of a production?
a) Director b) Producer c) Stage manager d) Publicist
Polishing rehearsal
a) the rehearsal in which movements/stage business is set. b) the rehearsal in which all parts of the play are brought together so that flaws can be worked out. c) the rehearsal in which lighting, scenery, and props are used to ensure that everything goes smoothly. d) the rehearsal in which words and action are combined.
Producer
a) the person in charge of all aspects of production. b) the shared bond of history and feelings between two characters c) the first rehearsal; sets the tone for the production. d) the person who finds investors, hires the director, and helps establish a budget for a production.
what your character wants to do to or get from others ('I want to...)
a) Situation b) Objective c) Character d) Director
theatre jargon for rehearsing without scripts.
a) Off book b) Director c) Producer d) Objective
Dress rehearsal
a) the first rehearsal; sets the tone for the production. b) the final uninterrupted rehearsal performed with costumes and props. c) theatre jargon for rehearsing without scripts. d) the person in charge of all aspects of production.
Reading rehearsal
a) the person in charge of all aspects of production. b) theatre jargon for rehearsing without scripts. c) he rehearsal in which words and action are combined. d) the first rehearsal; sets the tone for the production.
the rehearsal in which lighting, scenery, and props are used to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
a) Tech rehearsal b) Reading rehearsal c) Dress rehearsal d) Blocking rehearsal
the rehearsal in which words and action are combined.
a) Working rehearsal b) Reading rehearsal c) Blocking rehearsal d) Polishing rehearsal
Character
a) the person in charge of all aspects of production. b) the part an actor plays c) theatre jargon for rehearsing without scripts. d) the rehearsal in which words and action are combined.
the person in charge of all aspects of production.
a) Objective b) Situation c) Director d) Character
Blocking rehearsal
a) the first rehearsal; sets the tone for the production. b) theatre jargon for rehearsing without scripts. c) the rehearsal in which words and action are combined. d) the rehearsal in which movements/stage business is set.
Relationship
a) the person in charge of all aspects of production. b) the rehearsal in which words and action are combined. c) theatre jargon for rehearsing without scripts. d) the shared bond of history and feelings between two characters
what is happening or going on surrounding the story that affects it
a) Director b) Situation c) Off book d) Objective
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