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School Year 2017 – 2018

NAME: _________________________________________________________ SCORE: _________________

TEACHER: ____________________________________________________ DATE: _____________________


1. It is meant to be seen, not read. It demands such imagination and attention on the part
of the reader to enable him to hear the tones and see the actions of the actors against
an imaginary background.
A. Drama
2. The term drama comes from the Greek word “dran” which means ______________
A. to dance B. to sing C. to paint D. to act
3. It is close to reality but not reality.
A. Imitation B. Impersonation C. Re-enactment D. Suspense
4. The person or action of the person will be stage again.
5. Imitation B. Impersonation C. Re-enactment D. Suspense
6. Its aim is to give or show again acts that are already happened.
A. Imitation B. Impersonation C. Re-enactment D. Suspense
7. The following are examples of literary elements of drama except
A. Audience B. Characters C. Plot D. Setting
8. It is the physical confinement that can be constructed on stage and limited to as a few
changes as possible.
A. Characters B. Plot C. Setting D. Theme
9. It must have the same characteristics of development and structuring and depend on
conflict, suspense and mood to carry the action forward.
A. Characters B. Plot C. Setting D. Theme
10. It opens up the play, presenting background information and any necessary explanation
of the situation. It also introduces the characters.
A. Denouement C. Rising Action
B. Preliminary Exposition D. Falling Action
11. Structure of the play which the conflict is presented and the main action begins
A. Falling action C. preliminary exposition
B. Rising Action D. moment of inciting force
12. Develops through a series of incidents and minor crises which lead up to the climax.
A. Denouement C. Rising Action
B. Preliminary Exposition D. Falling Action
13. It is also the turning point of the struggle when action turns against the protagonist
A. Falling action C. Climax
B. Rising Action D. moment of inciting force
14. Follows the climax as the conflict works itself out either for or against the protagonist
A. Denouement C. Rising Action
B. Preliminary Exposition D. Falling Action
15. Presents the final outcomes of the struggle.

Suspense B. Atmosphere C. Theme 19. Audience C. Thought B. A. Audience C. Preliminary Exposition D. Lights C. Spectacle 27. Conflict D. Suspense 17. Convention D. Language B. Refers to the type of play like comedy. Dialogue B. A feeling of uncertainty as to the outcome. The particular manner of verbal expression. Characters D. Audience C. or the speech of phrasing that suggests a class or profession or type of character. tragedy. A. Refers to the words written by the playwright and spoken by the characters in the play. Atmosphere C. Epilogue D. A. Prologue B. Genre 23. Conflict D. Rising Action B. A. Costumes C. A. Epilogue D. This refers to the meaning of the play A. Atmosphere C. These are the techniques and methods used by the playwright and director to create the desired stylistic effect A. Conflict D. It usually involves opposing forces. Theme 20. Dialogue B. mystery and historical play. Atmosphere C. Theme 26. Given by an actor before the play begins to present an explanatory poem or speech that introduces information that is needed to start the play. This is the visual elements of the production of a play like scenery. A. Characters D. Props . Suspense B. Sound B. Dialogue B. A. Atmosphere C. the diction or style of writing. Genre 24. Dialogue D. The following are examples of technical elements except A. Make – up D. Genre 25. Atmosphere C. Theme 28. Convention D. Speech made by an actor after the play is over to reveal what happened afterwards or to point out the lesson of the play. Characters C. and special effects in the production. Thought 21. used to build interest and excitement on the part of the audience A. Short for properties A. Suspense B. sometimes external and physical. A. costumes. sometimes internal or psychological. Atmosphere C. Convention D. Spectacle 22. Refers to the group of people who watch the play A. Prologue B. Denouement C. Falling Action 16. Language B. Suspense 18.

Deck C. A. An ancient Roman dramatic performance featuring a solo dancer and a narrative chorus. Proscenium D. Breathing Control D. shoulder. Gestures 31. The fourth side serves as the background. Use of face. Gestures 33. Breathing Control D. Thrust Stage 39. End Stage 37. Theater B. Front House D. Thrust 40. Pace C. Thrust C. Parabasis 34. Facial expression B. Stage Right C. Plaster Line C. Backstage D. Downstage 36. Acting C. B. Black box C. House D. Audience seating. feeling or personality A. A. Make – up D. Acting C. A stage surrounded by audience on the three sides. Diction B. End Stage D. Facial expression B. A. House B. hand. Sound B. Upstage B. Costumes C. Period B. Arena C. Any movement of the actor’s head. Stage D. Pantomime D. A. Sound 29. context or environment A. Sports Arena B. Physical and vocal aspects used by an actor to convey mood. A central stage surrounded by audience on all sides. Characterization D. The effects an audience hears during performance to communicate character. Found Theater D. Acting C. These stages are often big empty boxes painted black inside. Make – up D. It is a space where a performance takes place. Space C. Any space around the acting area which is out of sight of the audience A. These are the sides of the stage. Flexible Theater B. Wings . Thrust 35. A. arm. Off-Stage B. leg or foot to convey meaning A. Profile Theater 38. A. body. Gestures 32. Arena B. A. Theme 30. and voice to portray character A.