Plays and sports like football are alike because they both have _____________.Limited times and spacesReferees who wear stripesMascotsDirectors with funny accentsThe plot of a play is the same as the story.TrueFalseThe first scene of a play starts the action and sets the tone and style for everything that follows.TrueFalseWhich is not a component of a play?ObstaclesComplicationsCombustablesCrisisNothing is ever resolved in the climax of a play.TrueFalseAll plays have the same point of view.TrueFalseThe technical term for background information revealed in a play is ___________.DepositionExpositionSuppositionPrepositionClimatic dramas are also known as ___________.Poorly made playsPretty made playsUgly made playsWell made playsPlays with episodic structure never have subplots.TrueFalseStock characters are two dimensional, stereotypical characters.TrueFalseWhich is not an example of an extraordinary character.KingGeneralBus DriverBishopRepresentative characters are also known as _____________.Essential charactersQuintessential charactersExistential charactersPenitential CharactersThe protagonist of a play is the main character.TrueFalseWhich is not a trait of traditional tragedies?Tragic heroesTragic moraysTragic circumstancesTragic versesWhich is not a trait of a heroic drama?Noble characters in extreme situationsThe complete absence of hopeVerse or elevated proseA serious toneWhich is not an example of a melodramaRomantic comedyWesternScience FictionHorror moviesSlapstick comedies rely on ridiculous physical activity—often violent- for their humor.TrueFalseWhich is not an objective of the scene designer?Set the tone and style of the productionEstablish the location and time period in which the play takes placeArrange eating for VIP members of the audience.Develop a design concept consistent with the director’s concept.Which is not a form of comedy?SatireSpilburyBurlesqueFarceA ground plan is a blueprint of where all parts of the set should be located on the stage.TrueFalseThe area of the stage closest to the audience is __________.Stage leftStage rightUpstageDownstageWhich is not a material or device of scenic design?WagonPentacleFlatScrimProp is short for ______.PropositionsProper grammarPropertiesPropagandaWhich of the following is not an objective of the costume designerHelp set the style of the productionIndicate the historical period of the playShow relationships among charactersProvide formal wear for the director and the producer25. Costumes created in a costume shop are ________.BuiltPulledProppedDockedWhich is not an element of costume design?LineColorFabricFroganWigs are considered a part of costume design.TrueFalseWhich is not a property of stage lightingIntensityConfluenceColorDistributionWhich is not a type of light used in theatre productions?Sponge lightsSpot lightsFloodlightsAutomated lightsWhat are two key components of sound technologySound recordings and sound minesMicrophones and loudspeakersMicrophones and macrophonesLoudspeakers and quietspeakersWhich is not a type of musical theatre?OperaPleasantryMusical comedyRevueThe government has never interfered with theatrical activities in any country.TrueFalseIn Sweeney Todd, who is Johanna’s biological father.The JudgeThe BarberThe BeggarThe ItalianAt the beginning of Sweeney Todd, how were Mrs. Lovett’s pies described?The best pies in LondonThe worst pies in LondonThe fruitiest pies in LondonThe hottest pies in London35. Sweeney Todd kills his wife. True False36. Rent begins and ends on what day?Christmas EveChristmas DayNew Years EveNew Years Day37. Which character dies in Rent?Mimi RogerAngelBenny38. In Les Miserables Jean Valjean is originally imprisoned for what crime?Robbing a bankKilling a police officerCareless and imprudent driving Stealing bread39. In Les Miserables, Marius survives the battle at the barricades.TrueFalse40. Javert dies after a bloody battle with Jean Valjean. TrueFalse
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