Welcome to your Registers - Theatre(Study by Topics Junior Class) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. A male person who performs a role in a play or film. Actor Hero Guy Man2. A female person who performs a role in a play or film. woman Heroine Actress Lady3. People assembled to watch or play or listen to a speech Audience Spectator Congregation Congress4. A person who opposes another character’s goals or desires Hero Antagonist Enemy Opposer5. The center of an area used as a stage Middle Area Centre piece Center stage6. The personality or role that an actor/actress recreates. Personel Personality Character Characterization7. Clothes worn by an actor on stage during a performance. Garment Clothier Costume Custom8. The point of greatest dramatic tension in a play or film. Area of concentration Climax High point Tower9. ............ means to learn the role of another actor so that if necessary one may take their place mentor understudy climax analogy10. The high point of a play Denouement Dereliction Disaster Diction11. A style of performance without words in which actors act out situations or portray characters using only actions gestures and facial expressions. Solo Mime Mimicry Irony12. Cosmetics and hairstyles that an actor/actress wears on stage to depict facial features, historical period or characterization. cosmetics costume make up characters13. Practice session in which actors/actresses prepare for public performance through repetition. Practice Preview Review Rehearsal14. A serious play with a tragic theme, involving a heroic struggle and the downfall of the main character. comedy tragedy tragic-comedy comic relief15. The written text of a play. text script play context16. Conversation between actors/actresses on stage soliloquy conversation dialogue story telling17. The area where actors perform. centre stage action point area18. The person who supervises the entire process of staging a play or film. overseer supervisor director production manager19. The final rehearsals before the opening night in which a play is performed. preview dress rehearsals prologue rehearsals20. The part of the stage area towards the audience. stage up stage down stage centre stage21. The main character In a play Main man Heroine Protagonist Villane22. A stage setting that is stylized rather than photorealistic or representational; that is, one that does not attempt to present a realistic stage picture. concave setting abstract setting closed setting main setting23. Lighting that stresses certain stage areas. It may be done with intensity and/or color. illumination accent lighting closed lighting lituation24. ............ refers to anything pertaining to sound beats acoustic hearing aids25. That area within the performance space within which the actor may move in full view of the audience. Also, a specific portion of such an area actually used for acting during all or part of a performance. place of call the arena acting area performance upstage26. A person with a wide range of theatrical training and experience, who views productions entered in a festival (such as AACTFest) and who shares his or her reactions with the participants and audience. legislator actor adjudicator moderator27. A person who acts without pay; sometimes used in ridicule to mean "not of high caliber is referred to as ............ expertriate amateur professional expert28. Permission from the playwright (via the representative or publisher) to produce the play by a theater company whose participants (particularly actors) work without salary is called ........ liberty of production amateur rights actor license certificate of adjudication29. An auditorium, outdoors or indoors, circular, semicircular, or elliptical in shape, in which a central arena is more or less surrounded by rising banks of seats. is called ....... assembly chapel arena amphitheatre30. A person who serves without pay in an acting company in order to learn about acting or other aspects of theatrical work. adjudicator amateur moderator apprentice31. A point in a dramatic piece, after the climax, which may emphasize the meaning of the climax by some lesser tension, or may merely lessen the effect of the climax, sometimes to absurdity anticlimax flashback tragedy deux eu machina32. Form of stage where the audience is seated on at least two (normally three, or all four) sides of the whole acting area. chapel amphitheatre arena aisle33. ............ is a curtain or tapestry used to screen a door, or serving as a wall hanging. arras tapeulin curtain swiss34. The mood, the general emotional quality, of all or part of a dramatic piece or of its representation is called........ mood atmosphere tone signal35. The part of the theatre accommodating the audience during the performance. Sometimes known as the "house' is called auditorium arena assembly amphitheatre36. Any fresh leadership in theatrical production, but more especially a realistic movement toward greater freedom in expression is called ......... neorevolution avant garde evolution fresh production37. A small spotlight used at a short distance to give sharp illumination to an actor's face, or to a limited portion of the acting area. lamp lime light baby spotlight lite38. ........... is a large curtain, usually painted to represent the sky, a landscape, or some other background, dropped upstage to form the back of a wing set and to mask the backstage space angle curtain backdrop drapes opener39. The illumination of a scene from behind the actors, usually from the back of the stage. lituation back lighting illumination liting40. The setting or scenic display before which actors perform is called ........ stage upstage arena background41. A song, usually, simple, sentimental, short and narrative, used in musical comedy ballad nostalgia ode epic42. A plain cloth or plastered wall filling the rear of the stage. The term is often loosely applied to a blue skydrop, or any flattage at the rear of the stage is called ....... drapes cyclorama clothings costume43. An actor's first appearance, whether at the beginning of his/her career, or in a new theatre. denouement climax debut prologue44. The manner in which an actor presents or utters his/her lines. delivery alignment secular narrative45. Noisy and unpleasant sound reproduction, usually the result of overloading sound equipment weed distortion waves noise46. To reveal a scene, a person, etc., to the audience, often by the opening of a curtain or bringing up stage lighting. discover uncover recover revelation47. A light from directly above the acting area downlight light stage lit arena down space light48. A door or other opening through which an actor can leave the stage. exeat exit opening door outside door49. An explanation, normally in the dialogue, of events preceding the beginning of a dramatic piece, and which the audience needs to know scene exposition dialogue drama50. A sharp whistle or rumble heard emanating from a sound system, caused by a sound being amplified many times. speaker rumble feedback acoustic51. Someone who overacts or acts badly on stage ham villain antagonist dramatist52. To change the appearance of one's face and other exposed surfaces of the body for acting through cosmetics, false hair, etc mask make up opaqueness costumize53. The unprinted text of a dramatic composition, often in the author's handwriting manuscript dramascript lines rhythmic lines54. The stage director's arrangement of all the elements that comprise the stage picture, including scenery, actors, lighting, costumes composition reverie mise en scene scenematic55. .......... is an onstage speaker which allows a performer to hear the output of the PA system, or other members of a band monitor moderator chaperon adjudicator56. A device with a number of input channels where each sound source is provided with its own control channel through which sound signals are routed into two or more outputs piano lead guitar base guitar mixer57. A dramatic work that has been awarded to a specific publishing house and is in the typesetting, proof, or printing process, but is not yet listed for licensing. pre-release screened work prologue behind the scene58. Master copy of the script or score, containing all the actor moves and technical cues, used by stage management to control the performance manuscript dictionary encyclopedia prompt book59. A form of organization, usually with a permanent company of actors, where each production has a run of limited length repertory label pent house cinema60. ........ are the authors/creatives' way of being paid for the use of their shows, scripts and other forms of their intellectual property pay back royalty streaming license salaries61 out of 60Time is Up!