Type
Word Search
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Lucille Fletche
theater
formal
frozen
intimate
consultative
casual
thrust
in the round
traverse
proscenium
Infinitive
Participle
Verbals
Gerund

Grammar Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Verb form that happened in the past Past Tense
Voice that receieves the verb Passive Voice
using the word "to" next to the verb infinitive
sentence type that states a fact indicative
word that helps to emphasize the verb action helping verb
a describing word adjective
consists of gerunds and any modifiers it may have gerund phrase
sentence type that gives a command imperative
a word that modifies an adjective, verb, or another one of these adverb
a noun formed from a verb ending in -ing gerund
verb that is currently happening present tense
verb form that is used to indicate a past or present action participle
sentence type that asks a question interrogative
the act of capitalizing certain letters in the proper usage capitalization
group of words that consists of a past or present participle, and words that modify them participal phrase
direct verbs that imply straight forward defenitions main verb
sentence type that states a possibility conditional
expresses an action done by the subject active voice
verb form that will happen future tense
sentence type that states a doubt, hope, or imaginary situation subjunctive

English I Grammar/Punctuation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

person, place, thing, or idea Noun
takes the place of a noun Pronoun
pronoun that starts dependent clauses Relative
pronouns that don't refer to a definite person or thing Indefinite
modifies adjectives, verbs, and adverbs Adverbs
modifies nouns and pronouns Adjective
shows relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other word in the sentence Preposition
joins words, phrases, and clauses Conjunction
shows action or helps to make a statement Verb
verbs that link two words together Linking
verbs that help an action verb or linking verb Helping
verb acting like a noun Gerund
verb acting like adjectives Participle
to + a verb Infinitive
verbs not behaving like a verb Verbals
part of a sentence about which something is being said; must be a noun pronoun, gerund, or infinitive Subject
a verb that does not take a direct object Intransitive
a verb that takes a direct object Transitive
a noun or pronoun that follows an action verb; never in a prepositional phrase Direct Object
a noun or pronoun that comes before a direct object; never in a prepositional phrase Indirect Object
a noun or pronoun that following a linking verb and renames the subject Predicate Nominative
an adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject Predicate Adjective
noun or pronoun that follows and renames another noun or pronoun Appositive
a clause that can usually stand alone Independent
starts with a relative pronoun or a subordinating conjunction Dependent
sentence type that contains one independent clause Simple
sentence type that contains two or more independent clauses Compound
sentence type that contains one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses Complex
sentence type that has two or more independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses Compound Complex
joins two clause without a coordinating conjunction and can be used in series with a comma for clarity Semicolon
used to make words possessive and to make contractions Apostrophe
used when punctuating the titles of short things and dialogue Quotation Marks
indicates a pause between parts of a sentence and to separate items in a list Comma
used at the end of a sentence Period
punctuation indicating a question Question Mark
punctuation indicating an exclamation Exclamation Point

Stage Directions 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

THE ACTOR'S LEFT ONSTAGE STAGE LEFT
THE PICTURE FRAME OF THE STAGE PROSCENIUM ARCH
AREAS OFFSTAGE LEFT AND RIGHT WINGS
WHEN AN ACTOR WALKS TOWARD THE AUDIENCE DOWNSTAGE
WHEN AN ACTOR WALKS TOWARD THE BACK WALL UPSTAGE
THEATRE SPACE WHERE THE AUDIENCE SITS ON ALL FOUR SUDES ARENA
THEATRE SPACE WHERE THE AUDIENCE SITS ON THREE SIDES THRUST
THEATRE SPACE WHERE THE AUDIENCE SITS ON ONE SIDE PROSCENIUM
WHEN AN ACTOR GOES FROM ONE SIDE OF THE STAGE TO THE OTHER CROSS
RIGHT SIDE OF THE AUDIENCE HOUSE RIGHT
TERM USED FOR A SOLD OUT SHOW FULL HOUSE
AREA BETWEEN THE LIP AND THE PROSCENIUM ARCH/GRAND DRAPE APRON
ANY AREA THE AUDIENCE CANNOT SEE OFFSTAGE
WHEN ACTORS TURN THEIR BODY LEFT OR RIGHT AND FACE THE 9:00 OR 3:00 POSITION PROFILE
THE AREA WHERE THE AUDIENCE SITS HOUSE
THE ACTOR'S RIGHT ONSTAGE STAGE RIGHT
WHEN AN ACTOR IS COMPLETELY FACING THE AUDIENCE AT 6:00 FULL FRONT
BLACK CURTAINS USED TO HIDE THE WINGS (SIDES) LEGS
WHEN ACTORS TURN THEIR BODIES TO THE 7:00 POSITION, THEY ARE FACING ONE QUARTER RIGHT
WHEN ACTORS TURN THEIR BODY TO THE 5:00 POSITION ONE QUARTER LEFT
PROVIDES THE VISION FOR THE PLAY DIRECTOR
A THEATRE WITH ALL BLACK WALLS AND CURTAINS WHERE THE AUDIENCE SITS RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE ACTORS BLACK BOX
ALL PLANNED MOVEMENTS ONSTAGE BLOCKING
WHEN A DIRECTOR CHOOSES THE PARTS IN A PLAY CAST
THE STRONGEST POSITION ONSTAGE DOWN RIGHT

Verbals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Gerund for 'ski' skiing
Infinitive for 'imagining' imagine
Participle for 'chant' chanting
Gerund for 'evacuate' evacuating
Infinitive for 'closing' close
Participle for 'move' moving
Infinitive for 'serenading' serenade
Participle for 'decide' deciding
Infinitive for 'respecting' respect
Participle for 'open' opening
Infinitive for 'assisting' assist
Participle for 'insult' insulting

Verbals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An adverb that is placed between the to and the verb of an infinitive Split Infinitive
An infinitive after a perception verb that omits the "to" hidden infinitives
An infinitive can be used as a(n) noun
An infinitive can be used as a(n) adjective
An infinitive can be used as a(n) adverb
This is one type of verbal infinitive
This is one type of verbal gerund
This is one type of verbal participle
A participle is always used as what part of speech adjective
Name the verbal in this sentence: The sobbing child wiped her eyes. sobbing
A participle that needs extra words in the sentence to make sense. misplaced participle

verbals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

COMPLEMENTS
PREPOSITIONAL
ADVERB
VERB
MODIFIERS
PHRASE
PRESENT
PAST
ADJECTIVE
SPEECH
FUNCTIONING
INFINITIVES
GERUNDS
PARTICIPLES
VERBALS

ENGLISH Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

refers to a person or thing not directly identified indefinite
has antecedent as subject, can't be left out of the sentence reflexive
used to emphasize on antecedent, can be left out without losing the meaning of the sentence intensive
word(s) that follow prepositions and the word(s) modified object of preposition
the prepositions and any modifiers connected to preposition prepositional phrase
modifies a noun or pronoun and answers, which one, what kind, adn how many adjective phrase
modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb adn answers how, when, where, and to what exted adverb phrase
object refers to two people, things, or groups between
object refers to more than two people, things, or groups among
next to, location, can be replaced with "near" beside
in addition to, except for besides
formed from a verb but used as an adjective, noun, or adverb verbals
verb used as an adjective participle
all the words that complete the participle meaning participle phrase
present participle -ing of a verb used as a noun and has four functions, subject, direct object, object of preposition, and predicate noun gerunds
to + base form of verb and can be used as noun, adjectives, or adverb infinitive
a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and forming the pain part of the predicate of a sentence verb
a word or phrase that modifies oe qualifies an adjective, verb, or other adverbs or a word group, expressing a relation of time, place, circumstance, manner, cause, degree, etc. adverb
a word or phrase naming an attribute, added to or grammatically related to a noun to modify or describe it adjective
person place or thing noun

Theatre Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

CORRIDOR
ETIQUETTE
ARTICULATION
EMOTION
VOLUME
TONE
TEMPO
PITCH
IMPROV
HOUSE
BACKSTAGE
IN THE ROUND
ARENA
PROSCENIUM
THRUST
APRON
CENTER STAGE
UPSTAGE
DOWNSTAGE
STAGE LEFT
STAGE RIGHT
PROJECTING
DICTION
PANTOMIME

ACTING Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

MOST TRADITIONAL TYPE OF THEATER PROSCENIUM
MOST FLEXIBLE TYPE OF THEATER BLACKBOX
AUDIENCE SITS ON THREE SIDES THRUST
AUDIENCE SITS ON ALL SIDES THEATREINTHEROUND
FATHER OF MODERN ACTING TECHNIQUE STANISLAVSKI
MS. HAGEN OF THE NINE QUESTIONS UTA
WHAT DO I WANT? OBJECTIVE
WHAT'S IN MY WAY? OBSTACLE
WHAT DO I DO TO GET WHAT I WANT? TACTIC
CURVED CURTAIN UPSTAGE FOR EFFECTS CYCLORAMA
FIRST ACTOR THESPIS
MOST IMPORTANT PARTS OF SPEECH FOR ACTORS VERBS
SCOTTISH PLAY MACBETH
LAUREN GUNDERSON IS THIS PLAYWRIGHT
DEVELOPS A PLAY'S CONCEPT AND STAGES IT DIRECTOR
FINANCES A PLAY OR MUSICAL PRODUCER
BARE BULB LEFT ON A STAGE AT NIGHT GHOSTLIGHT
AREAS ON THE SIDES OF A STAGE FOR ACTORS ENTRANCES WINGS
A FEW STAEPS IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION OF THE MAIN MOVEMENT COUNTERCROSS
THE KIND OF "IF" USED BY ACTORS MAGIC
STAGES MUSICAL NUMBERS CHOREOGRAPHER
FINAL LINE OF DIALOGUE IN A PLAY CURTAIN
FINAL LINE OF DIALOGUE IN A COMEDY TAG
AN ACTOR MUST DO THIS WHEN SPEAKING TO BE HEARD BY THE AUDIENCE PROJECT
AN ACTOR MUST HAVE THIS WHEN SPEAKING TO BE UNDERSTOOD BY THE AUDIENCE DICTION
WHERE THE AUDIENCE SITS HOUSE
WHERE THE TECHNICAL ELEMENTS ARE RUN FROM BOOTH
TO FEED AN ACTOR A LINE PROMPT
CORRECT AUDIENCE RESPONSE TO SHOW APPRECIATION APPLAUSE
A UNIT OF ACTION BEAT
MAIN CHARACTER IN A PLAY PROTAGONIST
OVERALL WANT FOR A CHARACTER IN A PLAY SUPEROBJECTIVE
A TYPE OF CIRCUMSTANCE REQUIRED BY A PLAY GIVEN
DOWNSTAGE DRAPE GRAND
WHAT KIND OF PLUCKER ARE YOU NOT? PHEASANT
WHAT KIND OF PRISON WITH A LIFE LONG LOCK? PESTILENTIAL
WHO IS THE BARD OF AVON SHAKESPEARE
SHORTHAND FOR "CROSS" X

Elememts of Drama Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

time and place of story setting
character struggles against another character man vs man
story is wrapped up resolution
equipment on stage used to show setting scenery
clothing worn by actors to create character costumes
things held by the actors on the stage props
visuals used to affect mood lighting
effects audience hears sound
cosmetics used to tranform actor makeup
words between characters dialogue
long speech made by actor on stage with others present monologue
long speech made alone on the stage soliloquy
written text of a play script
movement of body or limbs to show feeling gesture
person in a play actor
person who composes plays playwright
how a play is subdivided scenes
how actors are arranged on stage blocking
play practice rehearsal
the words actors learn lines
stage with audience on three sides thrust
stage with audience in front only proscenium
audience on both sides stage in middle traverse
audience all around rectangualr stage arena
audience all around a round stage in-the-round