When an actor stands alone on stage and speaks aloud his/her thoughts
Soliloquy
A person who writes plays
Playwright
A speech which introduces a play
Prologue
A sad end in a drama
Tragedy
Acting without words
Mime
A brief break between acts
Intermission
The movement of actors to music in a play
Choreography
Hints to future events in the play
Foreshadowing
A person who composes and recites heroic or epic poems
Bard
A careful watch, heed, alertness
Vigil
Character, nature, temperament
Constitution
The __________ mom gave into her son and let him have a cookie before dinner.
Indulgent
I am the opposite of lifelessness, dullness, or idleness
Vitality
The old room in the attic is ___________ and dirty because nobody has cleaned it in along time.
Unkempt
Demanding, stubborned, determined
Insistent
Control and self- discipline are words that define me.
Restraint
The confused children looked ____________ at math problem.
Baffledly
I am the opposite of mean, rough, and harsh.
Benign
I am going to the ____________ to get my eyes checked.
Oculist
Grabbing, fingering, and searching in the dark.
Groping
Looking at the calm lake was _____________.
Placating
The yellow fever epidemic in 1793 was an ____________ in this country.
Affliction
I am the opposite of happily, cheerfully, and joyfully.
Morosely
I am the opposite of wealthy, privileged, and prosperous.
Deprived
Some synonyms for me are stubborn, steadfast, and opinionated.
Obstinate
He ____________ threw his newspaper down in rage.
Irately
I am the opposite of unenjoyable, dissatisfying, unpleasant.
Gratifying
The ______________ child skipped a grade because he was exeptionally smart.
Precocious
Rudely, insultingly, offensively.
Reproachfully