Globe Theatre Crossword
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Sphere that projects the world.
Preforming center.
Famous poet in history.
Performance that tells a story.
False ceiling over the stage.
Under the stage with trap door entrance.
Person who performs in the play.
Type of play set in an earlier time.
A dramatic play based on pain.
A humorous play.

Drama Terms Word Search

Drama Terms Word Search
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Word Search
Description

technical theatre
characterization
dress rehearsal
interpretation
stage manager
improvisation
center stage
stage right
performance
fourth wall
projection
stage left
stage crew
playwright
down stage
set stage
rehearsal
pantomime
monologue
objective
backstage
director
conflict
blocking
audition
audience
upstage
tragedy
tableau
diction
comedy
theme
scene
props
house
actor
role
plot
play
cast
cue
act

Drama terms Crossword

Drama terms Crossword
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Crossword
Description

The name of a frozen picture in Drama.
The act of performing without a script.
Performers who often work with balloons and red noses.
Another term for dancing in theatre.
The person who makes decisions for actors in a play.
William ___________________ is a famous playwright.
A small section of a play or act is called a _______________.
Performers with painted white faces.
The name of St. Peter's musical.
The theatre where St. Peter's musical is being performed.
The entire furniture and structures on stage.
The name of a place you buy tickets for a production
A play with a sad ending.
A play that is extremely funny
The award given in Hollywood. (think of a man's name)
An entire group of actors in a specific play.
An award given in New York for an actor in a musical.
In order for the audience to see actors ___________ is required.
Actors often wear these so they can be heard.
Lines or conversation in a play.
Another theatre in Peterborough other than Showplace.
A person in a play who talks to the audience.

William Shakespeare Word Search

William Shakespeare Word Search
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Word Search
Description

forgettable
Shakespeare
William
theatre
crafted
demotic
history
tragedy
Macbeth
Titania
London
comedy
Ceaser
sonnet
drama
Romeo
actor
Marry
shrew
Globe

Shakespeare's Life and Theatre Crossword

Shakespeare's Life and Theatre Crossword
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Crossword
Description

Whom did Shakespeare marry?
What nickname do we use for Shakespeare?
What was the name of England's very first theatre?
Shakespeare's birthplace
Shakespeare's works were first published in this.
First Theatre Troupe Name
Second Theatre Troupe Name
Main time period in which Shakespeare lived.
Name of Shakespeare's theatre
Name of first monarch Shakespeare wrote under.
England's James the First was first this country's James the Sixth
Shakespeare's plays are mostly written in this verse
Anne Hathaway was how many years older than William?
How many children did Shakespeare have?
What caused the theatres to close down for breaks?
How many people could The Globe hold?
In 1613, during Henry VIII, this set off a fire that burned down The Globe.
What group destroyed The Globe after the English Civil War began?
These people paid one penny per ticket and stayed in the "pit" or "yard."
The troupe of actors that traveled to give performances were called "The
The name of Shakespeare's eldest daughter
Play thought to have been the first performed at The Globe.
Performances were held during the
Shakespeare lived for how many years?

Theatre Arts Vocab Crossword

Theatre Arts Vocab Crossword
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A person who performs a role in a play, work of theatre, or movie.
A person or a situation that opposes another character’s goals or desires.
The clear and precise pronunciation of words.
The planning and working out of the movements of actors on stage.
A personality or role an actor/actress re-creates.
A reading of a script done by actors who have not previously reviewed the play.
A theatrical work that is intentionally humorous.
Opposition of persons or forces giving rise to dramatic action.
Clothing worn by an actor on stage during a performance.
Opinions and comments based on predetermined criteria that may be used for self- evaluation or the evaluation of the actors or the production itself.
The conversation between actors on stage.
The pronunciation of words, the choice of words, and the manner in which a person expresses himself or herself.
The person who oversees the entire process of staging a production.
The final few rehearsals just prior to opening night in which t the audience from theatrical illusion and following focus on the play’s message.
In literary and dramatic studies, refers to the main types of literary form, principally tragedy and comedy.
A spontaneous style of theatre through which scenes are created without advance rehearsal or a script.
Cosmetics and sometimes hairstyles that an actor wears on stage to emphasize facial features, historical periods, characterizations, and so forth.
Coverings worn over the face or part of the face of an actor to emphasize or neutralize facial characteristics.
A long speech by a single character.
A type of entertainment containing music, songs, and, usually, dance.
The highness or lowness of voice
The stage representation of an action or a story; a dramatic composition.
A person who writes plays.
The main character of a play and the character with whom the audience identifies most strongly.
Practice sessions in which the actors and technicians prepare for public performance through repetition.
The written text of a play.
The area where actors perform.
Information that is implied by a character but not stated by a character in dialogue, including actions and thoughts.
A silent and motionless depiction of a scene created by actors, often from a picture
To imitate or represent life in performance for other people; the performance of dramatic literature.
Noncompetitive games designed to develop acting skills.
The characteristics of a voice, such as shrill, nasal, raspy, breathy, booming, and so forth.
The degree of loudness or intensity of a voice.

Musical Theatre Terminology Crossword

Musical Theatre Terminology Crossword
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Crossword
Description

Performed without preparation
musical in which the basic story is taken from another source such as a book, an opera or a play without music
Planning the moving on the stage throughout the show, usually referring to non-musical sections
The "theatre" section of New York City
The actors, actresses, dancers, and singers who perform in a musical
Stage dancing, or organized movement
The person who creates the Dance Moves
The person who writes the music for a show
The appearance of the cast following a performance of a musical or play, in groups or individually
The main person in charge of the action on the stage, he/she instructs the cast and crew
the closing musical number in a show. It usually includes the entire cast
The book, script, or dialogue of a play.
The person who writes the words for the songs in the show
Comedy A theatrical production, typically of a sentimental or humorous nature that consists of musical numbers and dialogue based upon a unifying theme
A musical, theatrical production that has no spoken dialogue. The entire story is told in song
A selection (introduction) played by the orchestra at the beginning of a musical, consisting of short sections of the songs to be performed in the show
The person or organization financing and supervising the making and public presentation of a play
The person or organization financing and supervising the making and public presentation of a play
The "repeat" of a song already heard in the musical. It is usually shorter than the original, and often sung by a different character
Backdrops, furniture, and other large structures and properties used on the stage to provide atmosphere
Once a year, this is given to plays and musicals in a ceremony honoring excellence in the theatre
The main plan of story

Modern Theatre Word Search

Modern Theatre Word Search
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Word Search
Description

technical theatre
Dear Evan Hansen
characterization
dress rehearsal
interpretation
improvisation
stage manager
center stage
Jersey Boys
Miss Saigon
fourth wall
stage right
performance
playwright
stage left
down stage
stage crew
projection
War Horse
backstage
objective
pantomime
rehearsal
monologue
Hamilton
conflict
director
audition
audience
blocking
upstage
tragedy
tableau
diction
Wicked
comedy
actor
scene
props
house
theme
Rent
Cats
play
cast
plot
role
act
cue

Theatre Vocabulary Crossword

Theatre Vocabulary Crossword
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Crossword
Description

The carefully selected clothing worn by the actors.
spontaneous use of movement and speech to create a character.
Length of time the play will be presented
move to a more prominent position
A room near the stage where actors await entrance cues and receive guests after the performance.
derogatory term for exaggerated, unnecessary facial expressions or physical gestures.
Stagecraft The knowledge and skills required to create the physical aspects of a production
leave the stage
enter the stage
central thought, idea, or significance of the action of a play.
Direction given by the Stage Manager to signal actors to be in position before each act begins.
person who supervises the physical production of a play and who is in charge of the stage during the performance.
last words or action of an actor immediately preceding the lines or business of another actor.
To extemporize stage business or dialogue
art of creating and arranging dances onstage.
block the audience’s view of a person or object
The "what happens" in a story
To speak loudly so the entire audience can hear you.
Dismantling the set, costumes and props at the end of the run of a show.
A solo speech.
An improvisational, process-oriented form of drama
withdraw to a less obvious position
Any action performed on stage
role played by an actor as she or he assumes another’s identity

William Shakespeare Word Search

William Shakespeare Word Search
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Word Search
Description

Tragicomedy
Shakespeare
King Lear
Macbeth
Othello
Theatre
Tragedy
Romance
History
Writer
London
Comedy
Hamlet
Juliet
Poetry
Folio
Romeo
Globe
Shrew
Play
Tyre

Shakespeare Word Search

Shakespeare Word Search
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Word Search
Description

Anne Hathaway
Globe Theatre
Bard of Avon
Elizabethan
Performance
Shakespeare
Playwright
Kings Men
Dramatist
Stratford
Tragedy
Sonnets
History
Couplet
Macbeth
Comedy
Hamlet
Juliet
Actor
Romeo
Poet