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  1. Way of speaking used in a local area or country Accent

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

  3. Used to attach a lantern to the lighting bar for safety • SAFETY CHAIN

  4. Control board for lighting • LIGHTING DESK

  5. add soft furnishings such as table cloth, cushions, pictures and pre-set props • Dress the set/set dressing

  6. Liquid rubber which can be used to make skull cap moulds and false noses • LATEX

  7. Lightweight frames and boards for creating levels • Portable staging

  8. A loud whisper intended to be heard by the audience • STAGE WHISPER

  9. Clear pronunciation of words articulation

  10. Outline of the plot of a drama including changes in time and place • SCENARIO

  11. Beam of light created by a lantern for a person or place on the acting area SPOTLIGHT

  12. Downstage Centre

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

  14. A drama presented through dance moves • Dance Drama

  15. The process of fully developing a character • Characterisation

  16. Focussing • Positioning the lanterns to get the desired lighting

  17. Explanation of symbols on a ground plan • KEY

  18. Clearness of the Voice • Clarity

  19. Worn by actors for their character • MAKE UP

  20. Glue used to attach hair to the face • SPIRIT GUM

  21. A form of drama in which a fairy tale is told. Usually performed at Christmas time • PANTOMIME

  22. The collective name for lighting, sound, costume, props, makeup and set • THEATRE ARTS

  23. UP STAGE LEFT

  24. The position of the acting area relative to the audience • STAGING

  25. A drama about unhappy events and with a sad ending • TRAGEDY

  26. Section of a drama set in one place at one time. • Scene

  27. UP STAGE RIGHT

  28. The whole acting area is evenly lit • WASH (general wash)

  29. Place where a drama is presented • VENUE

  30. Enter • To come on stage

  31. Fresnel Spot • Lantern giving a soft edged beam of light

  32. Flash Forward • (convention) acting out of a future or imagined event

  33. a conversation between two or more characters • Dialogue

  34. Downstage Left (DSL)

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

  36. Stage curtains • TABS

  37. Blocks or platforms used to create levels • ROSTRA

  38. A signal for an actor to do or say something, or for a lighting or sound effect to begin or end • cue

  39. Recorded speech played during a drama • VOICE OVER

  40. Build up of tension or excitement • TENSION

  41. Evaluate • To judge the strengths and weaknesses of a drama

  42. Change of voice to express emotion • TONE

  43. Written or spoken advice on how to act in a drama • STAGE DIRECTIONS

  44. UP STAGE CENTRE

  45. A specific group of people at whom a a drama is aimed • TARGET AUDIENCE

  46. Film placed in front of a lantern to change the colour of the beam. • Gel

  47. A character speaks their thoughts aloud (with another person on stage) • MONOLOUGE

  48. Sticks of make-up in different colours used to create lines, bruises, shading, highlighting • LINERS

  49. Using light colours to make face areas stand out • SHADING

  50. a break in speech, or a period of silence • PAUSE