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CScope. Key Academic Vocabulary. DRAMA. a story told in front of an audience. PLAYWRIGHT. the author of a play. THEATER. where a play takes place. Three types of Drama Elements -. Literary Technical Performance. Literary Elements. Script Plot Character Story organization Setting

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cscope

CScope

Key Academic Vocabulary

drama
DRAMA

a story told in front of an audience

playwright
PLAYWRIGHT

the author of a play

theater
THEATER

where a play takes place

three types of drama elements
Three types of Drama Elements -
  • Literary
  • Technical
  • Performance
literary elements
Literary Elements
  • Script
  • Plot
  • Character
  • Story organization
  • Setting
  • Dialogue
  • Monologue
  • Conflict
script
script

the written words and directions of a play

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acts

the units of action

scenes
scenes

parts of the acts

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plot

the storyline or arrangement of action

character
character

a person portrayed in a drama

story organization
story organization

the storyline or arrangement of action – beginning, middle, and end

setting
setting

where the action takes place

dramatic speech
Dramatic Speech

dialogue – conversation between or among characters

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Dramatic Speech

monologue – long speech by one single character (private thoughts)

conflict
conflict

The internal or external struggle between opposing forces, ideas, or interests that create dramatic tension

(man/man, man/nature, man/self)

technical elements
Technical Elements
  • Scenery
  • Costumes
  • Props
  • Sound and Music
  • Make-up
set scenery
set/scenery

theatrical equipment on the stage that shows time/place

(curtains, backdrops, platforms, etc…)

stage directions
stage directions
  • found in brackets
  • describe scenery and how characters speak
  • C, center stage
  • L, stage left
  • R, stage right
  • U, upstage or rear
  • D, downstage or front
props
props

small movable items that the actors use to make actions look real

sound and music
sound and music

sound- the effects an audience hears during a show

music – songs you hear during a show

make up
make-up

the use of costumes, wigs and body paint to transform an actor into a character

performance elements what do the actors do on the stage to make a character come alive
Performance Elements (What do the actors do on the stage to make a character come alive?)
  • Acting
  • Speaking
  • Non-verbal expression
acting
acting

how speaking and moving help to create characters

speaking
speaking

vocal expression, projection, speaking style and diction

non verbal expression
non-verbal expression

includes gestures, facial expressions, and movement