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Elements Of Drama. Drama/Theatre Jeopardy Game. Elements of Visuals. Types of Drama. Elements of Acting. Other Elements. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt.

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Elements

Of Drama

Drama/Theatre Jeopardy Game

Elements of

Visuals

Types of

Drama

Elements of

Acting

Other

Elements

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Person or Animal portrayed


Character


The action of the story presented on stage


Plot


The struggle between opposing forces, ideas, or interests that creates dramatic tension in a drama.


Conflict


Acting without words


Pantomime


A long speech made by one person, often called a soliloquy.


Monologue


Any article used as a part of a dramatic production


Props


Style of dress for a particular country, period or people


Costumes


Painted backdrop on a stage


Scenery


Artificial coloring of face or hair


Make-up


Scenery, Props, Costumes, Make-up


Visuals


The practice of imitating


Mimicry


Putting oneself in another’s place


Role playing


Spontaneous use of movement and speech to create a character


Improvisation


In theatre using action to convey the beginning, middle, and end of a series of events.


Story Telling


Spoken conversation used by two or more characters to express thoughts, feelings, and actions


Dialogue


Clear Speech


Diction


How well the voice carries to the audience


Projection


Articulation, phrasing, pronunciation


Voice


Use of the face, body and tone to show emotion


Expression


To pronounce distinctly


Articulate


The Reason or Purpose of the Play. May Be to Entertain, Persuade, or Inform


Theme


The action which moves a story along in a play or film


Movement


Any noise in a Theatrical performance, other than music. (Example: Actors voices, sound effects)


Sound


The written dialogue, description, and directions provided by the playwright


Script


Traditional stories dealing with supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes


Myths


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