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Where the reader/audience sees a character's mistakes or misunderstandings, but the character does not. The sudience is 'in' on something that one or more characters are not.
A dramatic soliloquy. One character saying a long 'speech' facing the audience, who he/she typically imagines as 'person B'.
A major division of a play
A stage with the following characteristics: -oldest known type of staging in the world, -greek amphitheatres were built in this style, -gives a good all-round and closer view of th
Going back to an earlier time in a story for the purpose of making something clearer.
A character in a work whose behavior and values contrast with those of another character in order to highlight the distinctivve temperment of that character.
The audience is supposed to assume this is present even though it is physically not there.
A conversation between two or more characters.
A form of theatre performance in which action and character are expressed through gesture, movement and facial expression without the use of words.
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An expression used in theatre and film to describe the design aspects of a production.
Spontaneous invention and development of drama within a role.
A theatre with no formal stage. Both the actors and audience are placed in the same space.
Something an actor has actually experienced that is similar to that which he/she is trying to look like he/she is experiencing on stage
Aconvention in which class members question or interview someone who is in role to bring out additional information, ideas and attitudes about the role.
A stage with the following characteristics: -is rarely used today, -temporary stage, -popular in England 1575
What a charactr is actually trying to accomplish in any given moment on stage.
A stage with the following characteristics: -most common in 18-20th centuries, -looks like a picture frame, -now used to describe any staging configuration where the audience is st
The planning and directions of actors' movements on stage.

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