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True or False Who am I? Wild Card Elements of Drama Structures of Drama
100
False
Foil s a character who is almost exactly the opposite of another character.
Foil in drama is used to reflect the sun to give the characters a good sun tan.(TRUE OR FALSE)
100
Foil
Who is the character that is almost the exact opposite of another character?
100
DRAMA
What is the form of literature written for performance that originated with the ancient Greek Plays?
100
Setting
What is the place (time period, time of day, and environment) in which the action occurs?
100
Act
What is the division of the play (much like a chapter)?
200
False
comedy and tragedy
There are two main form of drama: romance and comedy.(TRUE OR FALSE)
200
Characters
Who is the person who appears in the work and takes part in the drama? A list of these are given at the beginning of every drama.
200
Conflict
What is the point of tension that moves the story forward?
200
Theme
What is the main idea that the writer is trying to convey? The heart of the story.
200
Scene
What is the further division within an act?
300
False
Drama is meant to be performed. This means that it is important that you envision it as you read.
Drama is meant to be read, rather than just preformed.
300
Protagonist
Who is the character or characters around whom the story revolves and the audience connects with? The main or most important characters.
300
Dialogue
What is the conversation between two or more characters called?
300
Plot
What are the sequence of events that the characters bring to life called?
300
Stage Directions
What are the comments called that identify parts of the setting, identify the use of props or costumes, or provide background information? This information usually appears in brackets or parenthesis.
400
True
All drama includes a setting, plot, characters, and at least one theme. (TRUE OR FALSE)
400
Antagonist
Who is the character that has conflict with the main character? This character is often thought of as the "bad guy".
400
Pun
What is a play on words that sound the same, but have different meanings?
400
Dramatic Irony
What is the situation in the story where the the audience knows something that the characters does not know?
400
Monologue
What is the speech that is given by one character to another or by a character to the audience?
500
False
A comedy CAN be funny, but they often deal with serious/sad subjects. They do always end happily.
A comedy is a drama that is always funny and light hearted.
(TRUE OR FALSE)
500
Chorus
Who is the person or group of people who act as a narrator , commentator, or general audience to the action of the play?
500
Double Entendre
What is a word or phrase that has more than one meaning?
500
Aside
What are the words spoken by a character directly to the audience called?
500
Soliloquy
What is it called when a character voices their thoughts out loud when they are alone? This helps the audience know what is going on in the character's mind.




Elements of Drama

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