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  1. 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 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt

  2. Person or Animal portrayed

  3. Character

  4. The action of the story presented on stage

  5. Plot

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

  7. Conflict

  8. Acting without words

  9. Pantomime

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

  11. Monologue

  12. Any article used as a part of a dramatic production

  13. Props

  14. Style of dress for a particular country, period or people

  15. Costumes

  16. Painted backdrop on a stage

  17. Scenery

  18. Artificial coloring of face or hair

  19. Make-up

  20. Scenery, Props, Costumes, Make-up

  21. Visuals

  22. The practice of imitating

  23. Mimicry

  24. Putting oneself in another’s place

  25. Role playing

  26. Spontaneous use of movement and speech to create a character

  27. Improvisation

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

  29. Story Telling

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

  31. Dialogue

  32. Clear Speech

  33. Diction

  34. How well the voice carries to the audience

  35. Projection

  36. Articulation, phrasing, pronunciation

  37. Voice

  38. Use of the face, body and tone to show emotion

  39. Expression

  40. To pronounce distinctly

  41. Articulate

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

  43. Theme

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

  45. Movement

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

  47. Sound

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

  49. Script

  50. Traditional stories dealing with supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes