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Elements of Drama. Drama vs. Narrative. What are some differences between drama and narrative?. Drama vs. Narrative. What are some differences between drama and narrative? Drama : a work that is performed live on stage An individual drama is called a play. Play structure.

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drama vs narrative
Drama vs. Narrative
  • What are some differences between drama and narrative?
drama vs narrative1
Drama vs. Narrative
  • What are some differences between drama and narrative?
    • Drama: a work that is performed live on stage
    • An individual drama is called a play
play structure
Play structure
  • Cast of characters: lists all the players (characters)
  • Plot: the action of the play
  • Scene: a brief portion of that action
  • Act: A group of scenes
reading a play
Reading a play
  • Script: The play in written form
    • As you read a script, first look at the cast of characters, dialogue, and stage directions. This will help you to picture the action and involve yourself in it.
  • Dialogue: words spoken by the actors
reading a play1
Reading a play
  • Stage directions: directions to the crew and actors
    • Dictate the actor’s tone of voice, movements, and other actions
    • Appear in brackets beside dialogue
    • Different stage directions create entirely different feelings for the audience
staging bringing the drama to life
Staging: bringing the drama to life
  • Set: physical environment onstage
    • Suggests the time and place of the action
  • Costumes: clothing worn by the actors to make the action appear realistic
staging bringing the drama to life1
Staging: bringing the drama to life
  • Props: any movable articles or objects used on the set of a play
  • Techinical effects: lighting, sound, or other special effects to enhance the audience’s experience
the hitchhiker vocab
The Hitchhiker vocab
  • Assurance
  • Junction:
  • Lark:
  • Monotony:
  • Sinister:
the hitchhiker vocab1
The Hitchhiker vocab
  • Assurance: a guarantee or pledge
  • Junction:
  • Lark:
  • Monotony
  • Sinister:
the hitchhiker vocab2
The Hitchhiker vocab
  • Assurance: a guarantee or pledge
  • Junction: a place where two roads meet
  • Lark:
  • Monotony:
  • Sinister:
the hitchhiker vocab3
The Hitchhiker vocab
  • Assurance: a guarantee or pledge
  • Junction: a place where two roads meet
  • Lark: a carefree or spirited adventure
  • Monotony:
  • Sinister:
the hitchhiker vocab4
The Hitchhiker vocab
  • Assurance: a guarantee or pledge
  • Junction: a place where two roads meet
  • Lark: a carefree or spirited adventure
  • Monotony: a tedious sameness
  • Sinister:
the hitchhiker vocab5
The Hitchhiker vocab
  • Assurance: a guarantee or pledge
  • Junction: a place where two roads meet
  • Lark: a carefree or spirited adventure
  • Monotony: a tedious sameness
  • Sinister: suggesting or threatening evil