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  1. NARRATOR

  2. Type of clay used for altering the shape of the nose or chin and/or making warts and wounds NOSE PUTTY

  3. QUICKLY or SLOWLY PACE

  4. PANTOMIME

  5. AND THE WINNER OF BIG BROTHER 2008 IS….............................. ……………………………………………………………….. Jennifer!!! PAUSE

  6. Presentation of a drama to an audience PERFORMANCE

  7. Costume which reflects clothing from a time in history PERIOD COSTUME

  8. An item carried or worn on stage by an actor PERSONAL PROP

  9. Table in the wings on which all props are placed for actors to collect as they enter and replace as they exit PROPS TABLE

  10. HIGH or LOW PITCH

  11. another word for a drama PLAY

  12. The person who has written the play PLAYWRIGHT

  13. PLOT The story line of a drama

  14. POSTURE

  15. R S O R D R A A PRESENTING E

  16. PROFILE SPOTLIGHT

  17. PROSCENIUM ARCH

  18. Audience follows the action on foot, moving from one location to another PROMENADE THEATRE

  19. TO BE OR NOT TO BE THAT IS THE QUESTION To supply forgotten lines to an actor PROMPT

  20. Left hand side of the stage where prompter and stage manager sit during the performance PROMPT SIDE

  21. Master copy of the script with all moves and technical effects included PROMPT COPY

  22. PYROTECHNICS

  23. Slope of stage to allow actors to be seen RAKE

  24. Stage which turns in a circle REVOLVING STAGE

  25. "Fight and you may die. Run and youwill live at least awhile. And dying in your bed many years from now,would you be willing to trade all the days from this day to that forone chance, just one chance, to come back here as young men and tell our enemies that they may take our lives but they will never take our freedom!" Appropriate speech for the person being spoken to, or for the situation REGISTER

  26. Practice or preparation of a drama REHEARSAL

  27. DRAMA CREATED WITHOUT A SCRIPT WHICH IS REHEARSED BEFORE PRESENTATION OR EVERY PERFORMANCE YOU’VE EVER DONE IN DRAMA CLASS REHEARSED IMPROVISATION

  28. Lowest area of seating not above stage height STALLS

  29. Movements which follow a pattern or a beat RHYTHM

  30. Part played by an actor/ attitude adopted ROLE

  31. a means of exploring attitudes and beliefs ROLE PLAY

  32. Blocks or platforms used to create levels ROSTRA

  33. SAFETY CHAIN

  34. SCENE ONE Time: 3am. 1852 Place: London Bridge Action: Linus and Sebastion are waiting on the bridge for a signal from the boats below. They don’t get it and are arrested by police. SCENE TWO Time: Morning. Place: Jail Cells Action: Linus and Sebastion send word to their powerful father Lord Snooodgrass. He bails them out of jail. Etc. Etc. Etc. SCENARIO

  35. WHAT DO YOU CALL THE SECTIONS IN THE DRAMA SET INTO ONE PLACE AND ONE TIME? SCENE

  36. Resources used to create the setting where a drama takes place, e.g. backcloth, flats, rostra, furniture. SCENERY

  37. SCRIPT

  38. Scenery used to show where a drama takes place To place a drama in a certain time or place SET

  39. An item placed on the set, usually part of it e.g. a lamp, clock, picture SET PROP

  40. What the audience sees of the stage from where they are sitting SIGHT LINES

  41. SLOW MOTION Movement performed at a slowed down speed

  42. ExIt all but Gloucester Was ever woman in this humor wooed? Was ever woman in this humor wonI'll have her, but I will not keep her long.What? I that killed her husband and his to take her in her heart's extremest hate, with curses in her mouth, tears in her eyes, the bleeding witness of my hatred by, having God, her conscience, and these bars against me, and I no friends to back my suit at all but the plain devil and dissembling looks? And yet to win her! All the world to nothing! Ha! SOLILOQUY

  43. Plastic head-shaped covering to give appearance of baldness SKULL CAP

  44. SCARRING

  45. STIPPLE SPONGE

  46. Used to create a mood or atmosphere on stage e.g. strobe light, mirror ball, smoke machine SPECIAL EFFECTS

  47. Glue used to attach hair to the face SPIRIT GUM

  48. Drama created ‘on the spot’ without a script or plan SPONTANEOUS IMPROVISATION

  49. A stage picture, held without movement TABLEAU

  50. TABS