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Theatre Appreciation l PLEASE TURN  OFF YOUR  CELLPHONE!!!!
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ANNOUNCEMENTS l ALWAYS TURN OFF YOUR CELL  PHONE l NO FOOD OR DRINK IN THE THEATRE l New policy for athletes l USHERING EXTRA CREDIT  OPPORTUNITY l OPERA- JANUARY 24-26 @ 5:30, 27th at 12:30
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QUIZ CHAPTER 1 AND 2 l 1. This branch of philosophy deals with the  nature and expression of beauty? l A) Metaphysics l B) Ethics l C) Politics l D)  Aesthetics l E) Epistemology
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l 2. This ancient philosopher accused  theatre people of promoting vice and  wickedness and of being largely  responsible for the corruption of his day? l A) Eratosthenes  l B)  Plato l C) Archimedes l D) Aristotle
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l 3. This ancient philosopher believed that  good theatre fortifies us because it allows  us to release repressed emotions in a  controlled, therapeutic way. l A) Epictetus l B) Plato l C) Archimedes l D)  Aristotle
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l 4. Whether explicit or implicit _______ is  at the core of drama. l A) structure l B) subject l C)  conflict l D) story
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l 5.  The word “theatre” comes from the  ancient Greek word “theatron”, which  means what? l A) looking place l B) artists dance l C) where to look l D)  seeing place
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l 6. At its most basic, theatre requires only  a(n) ________, a(n) ________, and  a(n)________. l A) character, thought, emotion  l B)  space, performer, audience  l C) conflict, story, thought l D) costumes, lights, sets 
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l 7. Many theatre companies do not have  stockholders and pay no dividends or  federal taxes. These theatres are known  as: l A) Nonspecific theatres l B) Free theatres l C) Profit tomorrow theatres l D) IRS theatres
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l 8. The average taxpayer in which of the  following countries pays the least of his or  her tax dollars to the arts? l A) Finland l B) Sweden l C) Ireland l D) Australia
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l 9. A playwright’s pay is called l A)  A royalty l B) A tax write-off l C) A play fee l D) The author’s fee l E) The playwright’s take 
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l 10. Which best describes public domain? l
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