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voice
levels
still image
audience
characterisation
facial expessions
stage
body language
brecht
sound scape
gait
stage directions

Drama Word Search

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hot seating
character card
improvisation
set
make up
props
costume
sound
lighting
pace
pitch
emphasis
accent
timing
balance
stylised
naturalistic
posture
facial expression
body language
mime
dramatic irony
tension
status
time period
atmosphere
mood
target audience
characterisation
stimulus

Drama Elements Word Search

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Description

Comedy
Tragedy
Audience
Backstage
Stage Left
Stage Right
Upstage
Downstage
Center Stage
Aside
Soliloquy
Monologue
Stage Directions
Dialogue
Director
Cast
Actor
Character
Theme
Plot
Scene
Act
Script
Playwright
Drama
Play

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theatre in the round
theatre of cruelty
stanislavski
symbolism
stereotypes
sound scape
stage directions
proscenium arch
physical theatre
narration
monologue
melodrama
genre
ensemble
empathy
birector
buologue
auditorium
Brecht
chorus
cross cutting
aside
audience
body language
flashback
voice projection

Drama Key Words Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Acting with your face Facial expression
The way you walk Gait
Vocal part of acting is.. Voice
Gestures BodyLanguage
Being up high or low Levels
A scene while not moving Still image
What you act on Stage
Who watches the performance Audience
Creating sounds to mimic an enviornment Soundscape
Who created realistic theature theatre
Who made policitcal theatre Brecht
Questioning your character (if) Magicif
Instructions in a play Stage directions
Becoming a character Characterisation

S1 Drama Skills! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Starting point to a drama. Stimulus
Questioning a character in role. Hot Seating
Loudness or quietness of the voice. Volume
Change of voice to express emotion. Tone
Messages given by the position or movement of the body. Body Language
Diary to keep track of rehearsals and targets. Rehearsal Log
The process of fully developing a character. Characterisation
Look on face which shows emotion. Facial Expression
A movement of part of the body, especially a hand, to express an idea or meaning. Hand Gesture
Speed of speech or movement. Pace
Way of speaking used in a local area or country. Accent
People who watch a drama. Audience
Clothes worn by actors for their characters. Costume
A stage picture held without movement. Tableau
Object used by an actor. Prop
Emotion without words, using only gesture, expression, and movement. Mime

Theatre Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Refers to the words the characters speak, or lines. Dialogue
words the characters sing in the show. Lyrics
Indicates the notes and timing for the songs. Music
Describes the setting and important physical action performed by the characters. Stage directions
Includes dialogue, lyrics, and stage directions. script
Area where actors perform for an audience. stage
where the audience sits to watch the performance. house
anything on the stage within view of the audience. onstage
anything outside the view of the audience. offstage
entire area off and behind the stage. backstage
areas to the side of the stage just out of the audience's view. wings
the entire physical environment onstage. set
when you stand in the center of the stage centerstage
when you face the house, the area behind you upstage
when you face the audience, the area to your left stage left
when you face the audience, the area to the right. stageright
the person who oversees the budget, calendar, and staffing. producer
the person who provides the artistic vision for the show and coordinates all of the creative elements. director
creates and teaches the dances. choreographer
coordinates the construction and painting of the sets, the hanging of the lights and the set-up of the sound system. technical director

Drama Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

clear pronunciation of words articulation
change of voice to express emotion tone
speaking, moving or pausing at exactly the right moment timing
build up excitement tension
the position of the acting area relative to the audience staging
drama created on the spot without a script or plan improvisation
the written words of a drama script
section of a drama set in one place at one time scene
part played by an actor; attitude adopted role
position of the body; how it is held posture
storyline of a drama plot
person who has written the drama playwright
use of the body as a means of communication movement
a character speaks their thoughts aloud monologue
acting out an event from the past flashback
the stress on a word or phrase emphasis

Drama Terms Word Search

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Description

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

Theatre Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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

Theatre Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

CAST
CREW
CHORUS
CHOREOGRAPHER
ACTRESS
ACTOR
CHARACTER
AUDIENCE
PERFORMANCE
LIGHTING
DIRECTOR
ROMEO & JULIET
FLEX STAGE
EXPRESSIONISM
COSTUME
STAGE
THEATER
AUDITORIUM
ROMANCE
DRAMA
MODERNISM
BLACK BOX
COMEDY
NATURALISM
REALSIM