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TA_CHAP_13_quest - 10 Characters who are"larger than life" representing humanity at its best or worst or possessing traits common to us

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CHAPTER 13 DRAMATIC CHARACTERS MATCHING A Extraordinary characters B Representative or quintessential characters C Stock characters D Characters with a dominant trait E Minor characters F Narrator G Chorus H Protagonist I Antagonist ____ 1. Stage Manager in Our Town is one of these ____ 2. Characters that play a small part in the action ____ 3. Main character in a play ____ 4. Characters that are in many ways typical or ordinary, but are significant because they embody an entire group ____ 5. Characters that are not complete or three-dimensional but exemplify one particular characteristic to the exclusion of virtually everything else ____ 6. Character who speaks directly to the audience, providing commentary or counterpoint on the action ____ 7. Main character's chief opponent. ____ 8. Characters that are governed by a single "humor," or psychological trait ____ 9. Group of characters used in classic Greek drama who in song and dance commented on the action of the main plot and reacted to events in the story
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Unformatted text preview: ____ 10. Characters who are "larger than life," representing humanity at its best or worst, or possessing traits common to us all but in much greater abundance than is usual MATCHING A Boxes B Fly loft C Black box D Counterweight system E Guerilla theater F Corrales G Rake H Orchestra I Wings J Skene ____ 11. Greek stage house ____ 12. The slant of an auditorium stage floor ____ 13. Aggressive, politically-oriented theater produced by an activist group in the streets ____ 14. The main floor of a theater ____ 15. Spanish theaters ____ 16. Series of ropes and pulleys that allows heavy scenery to be moved easily ____ 17. Side pieces of scenery ____ 18. Horse-shoe shaped tiers that ring the auditorium where the spectators sit ____ 19. Flexible theatre that can be converted into different arrangements ____ 20. Place above the stage where scenery is held...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2008 for the course THE 26.209 taught by Professor Krupp during the Spring '05 term at Bloomsburg.

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TA_CHAP_13_quest - 10 Characters who are"larger than life" representing humanity at its best or worst or possessing traits common to us

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