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A writer of plays.
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

The division of a play or an act in a play.
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

The instructions written into the script of a play indicating stage directions
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

The conversation between characters in a play or novel
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

Identify the term the following best represents: Act I, Scene 2: Enter chorus members
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

Stan: ''No. I'm not writting the letter.'' Johnny: ''But aren't you afraid of getting fired?'' This is an example of the following:
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

As well as moving a story line along, what else does dialogue do in literature?
a) Dialogue entertains the reader!
b) Dialogue dumps details onto the reader!
c) Dialogue reveals more about the characters!
d) None of the above!

Shakespeare is a well known and studied ___ in schools.
a) Poet
b) Singer
c) Playwright
d) Artist

What provides the Tone in drama?
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

In ''Brighton Beach Memoirs'' there are two brothers talking outside their house, by the front door. After finishing their conversation, they go inside. This division best represents the following:
a) Playwright
b) Stage Directions
c) Scene
d) Dialogue

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