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theatre final - 1 points The number of acts in a play...

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1 points Save The number of acts in a play during the time of Shakespeare was
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Question 2 1 points Save The term used to discribe an imitation of an action, person or situation is: Question 3 1 points Save Theatre space cannot be violated by the audience unless . . . a. The playwright invites them to participate in various ways b. The audience is not paying attention c. The theatrical event is so powerful that the audience is moved to action d. The playwright is working for an alienation effect found in some modern plays Question 4 1 points Save A cyclorama is a: a. series of plays in the middle ages comprised of mystery, miracle and morality plays. b. a large seamless, opaque cloth used on stage to project images c.
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a large seamless, semi-transparent cloth that can be either transparent or opaque depending on how it is lit. d. a large dark cloth extending across the back of the stage to mask machinery, doorways, and anything that is part of the strucutre of the theatre not in the play itself. Question 5 1 points Save Your text identifies three basic cultural needs. These are: a. theatre, audience, visual arts b. ceremony, artists, audience c. ritual, audience, theatre d. language, religion, theatre Question 6 1 points Save Aristotle outlines six elements of drama that we still use today. These are: a. playscript, stage, audience, dialogue, scene, thought b. actor, playwright, script, director, designer, technical artists c. plot, character, thought, spectacle, diction, melody (song) d. Exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, denouement, conclusion
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Question 7 1 points Save Talking, texting, using a laptop, sleeping, leaving early and "tuning out" to performances and lectures is considered: a. Incredibly rude but acceptable if you as an audience member don't like what is in front of you or find it boring. b. good watching c. bad watching d. A result of poor upbringing and possibly a mental deficiency that prohibits the individual from listening attentively. Question 8 1 points Save The term used to refer to a clensing or purifying of emotion is: Question 9 1 points Save The Greek word for "seeing place" is A. periaktoi B. theatron C. orchestra D. skene
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1 points Save What is considered the most important of all the elements of drama? a. spectacle b. plot c. Character d. The actor Question 11 1 points Save Who developed a system of acting in the late 19th, early 20th century that is still used today by modern actors? Question 12 1 points Save In Zero to Infinity the news commentators were depicted as: a. puppets b. soldiers c. spies d. balloons Question 13 1 points Save Using perspective as a scenic element developed during which time period? a.
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