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This comes from the Greek word for 'doing.' It implies and action.
This is derived from the Greek word for 'seeing'.
This is the creation of the theater without a script.
This is the creation of theatre without props or dialogue.
To get a role in a play you have to do this.
A solo piece for an actor.
This is the direction towards the audience.
This is the direction away from the audience.
This is the direction to the actors left.
This is the direction to the actors right.
In a 'traditional' stage, this is the 'picture-frame' archway through which the audience sees the play.
The procscenium arch represents this.
This is an extension of a 'traditional' stage.
This type of stage has audience on three sides.
This type of stage has audience on all four sides.
This is where the audience sits.
These are the sides of the stage, often holding scenery and actors waiting for their entrances.
This is the person in charge of the business end of the production.
This is the person in charge of the artistic end of the production.
This person is the director's assistant during rehearsals; once the show opens, he/she runs it, calling tech & 'places' cues over headset.
These people design scenery, costumes, and lighting.
This is a signal for something to happen.
This is any object handled on stage.
This is the plan for the actors movements on the stage.
This is the onstage physical structure in which actors perform.
These support the actors weight, and is used to provide variation in vertical levels on the set.
This is a large canvas hung from a pipe at the back of the stage.
This is a set piece made from a frame covered w/canvas, muslin, or wood.
This is the text of the play.
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