Elements of Production Elements of Performance Elements of Drama Creative Dramatics Drama Vocabulary 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 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt
The effects an audience HEARS during a performance to communicate character, context, or environment
Use of costumes, wigs, and body paint to transform an actor into a character
The character portrayed by an actor in a dramatic production. HINT: It starts with an r
A performer who assumes the role of a character in a play, film, or television show is doing this:
The storyteller in The Buzzard and the Monkey did an excellent job of using his voice to portray each character in the story. It conveys how the character feels.
Spoken conversation used by two or more characters to express thoughts, feelings, and actions.
This is the storyline of action in a dramatic presentation. HINT: It starts with a P
This is the internal or external struggle between opposing forces, ideas, or interests, that creates dramatic tension. You can see this dramatic element in this scene from The Great Gilly Hopkins.
Which of the Creative Dramatics is being done by this person? HINT: The act of telling a story in the oral tradition
The practice of imitating is called what? • Improvisation • Storytelling • Mimicry
Improvising movement and dialogue to put oneself in another’s place in a particular situation, oftento learn about the person or situation being improvised. • Pantomime • Storytelling • Role Playing
Acting without words HINT: It starts with a p
The spontaneous use of movement and speech to create a character or object in a particular situation. Jim Carey is particularly good at it!
One of the elements of performance – the one that doesn’t allow an actor to just stand in one place and be a talking head!
One of the elements of performance – paying attention to what is being said, so you will be ready to say your lines
Acting, character, vocal expression, speaking style, listening, acting, storytelling, and movement are Elements of __________.
Scenery, props, roles, sound/music, costumes, and makeup are Elements of ______.
Beginning, middle, and end, Dialogue, Monologue, Plot/Storyline, and Conflict are • Dramatic Elements • b. Creative Dramatics • c. Elements of Production
Creative Dramatics • Dramatic Elements • Elements of Production Storytelling, Mimicry, Pantomime, Improvisation, and Role Playing are all: