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THE 2000 Theatre Appreciation 20th Century Theatre Test Please

answer all questions. If you’re not sure of the answer, guess. You’ll have a one in four chance to get it right. Stick around after you’re done in order to grade it. Then, after all is finished. Let’s enjoy a few performances. HENRIK IBSEN 1. Which of these eras is Ibsen considered to be the Father of? a. Symbolism Era b. The Poetic Age c. Romanticism d. Modern Drama 2. Where is Henrik Ibsen from? a. Romania b. Finland c. Ireland d. Norway 3. According to his power point, which was the first poetic play of his poetic era? a. Brand b. A Doll’s House c. Peer Gynt d. The Master Builder 4. According to the power point, which play from the Realism Era did he consider to be his most important work? a. Ghosts b. Emperor and Galilean c. A Doll’s House d. Peer Gynt 5. Which play almost ended his career? a. Peer Gynt b. A Doll’s House c. Ghosts d. Emperor and Galilean PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTION STAFF 6. Responsible for admitting, seating and providing general comfort of the audience. A. Technical Director B. House Manager C. Box office Manager D. None of the above 7. Controls and develops the overall artistic product and providing it with a unified vision, coordinating all its components, as well as supervising all rehearsals? A. The Actor B. The Director C. Stage Manager D. The Designer 8. Who is in charge of attaining a space, rights, staff, and financial backing for a production? A. The Director B. Business Manager C. The Producer D. The Technical Director 9. Responsibilities include mapping out the visual and audio elements of a production, including the scenery, props, costumes and wigs, makeup, lighting, sound, programs, advertising, and general ambience of the premises. A. The Director B. Board of Directors C. The Producer D. The Designer 10. Which theatrical profession is unique in that it does not need to be performed at the theatre building? A. Acting B. Playwriting C. Running Crew D. Construction Crew 11. Who is the person in charge of making sure the artistic visual design becomes a living, breathing reality? A. Designers B. Technical Director C. Director D. Actors 12. Which of these theatrical professions makes sure that the Director, Designers, Technicians, Actors and Business Manager are on the same page and well communicated? A. House manager B. Assistant Director C. Artistic Director D. Stage Manager 13. These people are the hands-on support system of the running production. A. The Crew B. The Designers C. The Actors D. None of the above PROFESSIONAL THEATRE LAYOUT 14. Which is the most basic of all theatre styles? A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style 15. Concept invented by the Romans, this style is considered to be the most challenging of all. A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style 16. Which of these styles have no set boundaries? The audience is placed at the director or designer’s discretion. A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style 17. Which of these styles may have an Apron attached to it? A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style 18. This stage style is used mostly in modeling and concert events. A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style 19. Because of its unpredictable and unorthodox design, it is very difficult to determine stage directions in this theatre style. A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style 20. The audience sits on all four sides in this particular style. A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style Please place the correct stage direction in its correct box. Please notice where the audience is located before plotting directions. Audience 21. What is the stage direction for 21? A. DL B. UR C. SR D. UL 22. What is the stage direction for 22? A. SR B. SL C. LC D. RC 23. Which of these stage styles got its name by splitting the audience down the middle? A. Proscenium style B. Thrust Style C. Arena Style D. Flexible Style 24. The location where all props, sets and costumes are built is the Shop. A. True B. False 25. The Dressing room is the lounge area for performers, technicians and crew. A. True B. False 26. The Lobby is where the audience assembles before the show or during intermission. A. True B. False 27. The Green room is where the audience sits during the show. A. True B. False 28. Large decorative curtain used mainly in elaborate proscenium stages is called the Grand drape . A. True B. False 29. The House is the open space where sets or set pieces are stored until they are brought out on stage. A. True B. False 30. The curtain that opens and closed between scenes is the Act curtain. A. True B. False 31. Backstage is where performers prepare for the show. A. True B. False 32. Offstage area where actors wait to enter on stage is the Wings. A. True B. False 33. The Mezzanine is part of the upper level seating area. A. True B. False

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