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Theater Vocabulary

Mrs. Bartels

Vocabulary for Theater

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2.A male or female person who performs a role in a play, work of theatre, or movie.
7.The conversation between actors on stage.
8.The pronunciation of words, the choice of words, and the manner in which a person expresses himself or herself.
9.Coverings worn over the face or part of the face of an actor to emphasize or neutralize facial characteristics.
10.The main character of a play and the character with whom the audience identifies most strongly.
12.The view of the stage for the audience. The archway is in a sense the frame for stage as defined by the boundaries of the stage beyond which a viewer cannot see.
16.The director’s liaison backstage during rehearsal and performance. The stage manager is responsible for the running of each performance.
18.A personality or role an actor/actress re-creates.
20.(See center stage, downstage, stage left, stage right, and upstage.)
21.Clothing worn by an actor on stage during a performance.
22.The written text of a play.
26.A person who writes plays.
28.An incident art form based on pantomime in which conventionalized gestures are used to express ideas rather than represent actions
29.The degree of loudness or intensity of a voice, also known as projection.
Down
1.A theatrical work that is intentionally humorous.
3.TNoncompetitive games designed to develop acting skills and popularized by Viola Spolin.
4.The tempo of an entire theatrical performance.
5.The planning and working out of the movements of actors on stage.
6.The part of a plot consisting of complications and discoveries that create conflict.
11.The placement and delivery of volume, clarity, and distinctness of voice for communicating to an audience.
13.A signal, either verbal or physical, that indicates something else, such as a line of dialogue or an entrance, is to happen.
14.An expressive movement of the body or limbs.
15.The center of the area defined as the stage
17.Cosmetics and sometimes hairstyles that an actor wears on stage to emphasize facial features, historical periods, characterizations, and so forth.
19.A group of theatrical artists working together to create a theatrical production.
23.The point of greatest dramatic tension or the turning point.
24.The highness or lowness of voice
25.Items carried on stage by an actor; small items on the set used by the actors.
27.Printed words, including dialogue and the stage directions for a script.

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