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Theater 101 Exam #1 Review Vocabulary Acting: “realistic” for their definition – villains acted like villains, heroes acted like heroes, physically showing interior life. Action : the core of every play. Characters: Human figures who undertake the action of the play. Climax: Conflict comes to hed. Comedy: Involves social, interpersonal conflict, topical issues, witty dialogue, and physical buffoonery. First known comedies is Aristophanes. Compression (with regard to play writing): Playwrights’s skill in condensing a story into a theatrical time frame. Conflict: The decision/ event that forwards the plot, often from an inciting incident. Denouement: (resolution) final scene/ action/ lines devoted to bringing the play to a conclusion. Designing: set, lights, costume, make up, hair. Director: invisons who and what goes into the play. Drama: is centered on the action of fictional characters. Exposition:
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