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In the production process, which of the following events comes first?
a) Dress Rehearsal b) Callbacks c) Readthrough d) Performance
In the production process, which of the following events comes last?
a) Rehearsal b) Cast List c) Performance d) Dress Rehearsal
Which of the following statements about Reginald Rose is NOT true?
a) He wrote superficial stories that aren't relevant b) He wrote 12 Angry Men c) He wrote realistic stories d) He was born in New York
12 Angry Men was first
a) a play b) a movie c) a TV drama d) a book
Why is West Side Story so significant in musical theatre history?
a) It used a real gun onstage b) The composer died opening night c) It was a remake of a Shakespearean play d) It changed the subject matter of the musical
Projection means
a) to be believable b) to be understood c) to be heard d) to make a wide range of choices
Credibility means
a) to be believable b) to be understood c) to be heard d) to make a wide range of choices
The best definition of the protagonist is
a) The main character b) The good guy c) The bad guy d) The person who gets in the way
The best definition of the antagonist is
a) The main character b) The good guy c) The bad guy d) The person who gets in the way
The purpose and function of technical design in theatre is
a) to make the play more beautiful b) to establish the narrative essentials c) to show the costumes, lights and set d) to give someone who isn't acting something to do
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