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Theatre-101 Final Exam Study Guide (part 1)

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Study Guide for Mrs. Halverson's THA-101 final exam.

  
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1.  The Glass Menagerie was written by ___________ __________
2.  Death of a Salesman was written by ________ _______
3.  A Midsummer Night's Dream was written by ___________
4.  A Doll's House was written by _______ _______
5.  Tartuffe was written by _________
6.  Fences was written by ______ _______
7.  ______ _______ was the protagonist in Death of a Salesman.  because he was an example of the "_______" and he alone was the center of attention and drove ______ of the play forward.
8.  The style of acting taught by Constantine Stanislavsky is considered to be
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9.  Motivated movement on stage by an actor is called his/her
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10.  The primary job of an actor is to
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11.  The Universal theme found in Death of a Salesman is ___ ________ ____
12.  An example of a ________ in the Glass menagerie is Laura's glass unicorn which represents something that is different like she is, and that her emotions and feelings are fragile like glass.
13.  When improvising a scene with a partner you must always
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14.  Floor plans are always drawn from the ________ point of view
15.  Stage directions are always given from the _______ point of view
16.  The producer's responsibilities include
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17.  Aristotle's components include
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18.  The three types of dramatic criticism are _______, ______, and _____ _______ criticismm
19.  In class we defined a play as
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20.  Actors take a bow at the end of the performance to both to _____ ___ ___ _____ _______ and for the actors to _____ __ _______
21.  During the ___________ period, theater took place in the streets of the town with local labor unions prepating pageant wagons that depicted the story of Christ.
22.  During the time of ___________ there were thirteen public theatre producing plays in London.
23.  During the Greek and __________ periods, plays took place outdoors.  The performance spaces were built into hill sides and there was a building for storing scenery behind the stage.
24.  During the time of Aristotle, a play that demonstrated universal importance, a protagonist of high stature and opportunity for the audience to experience a catharsis was called a __________.
25.  A documentary is a play that uses
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