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Fourth Quarterly Unit Test in Grade 9 ARTS

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Directions: Read the question carefully and choose the letter that best described the answer.
Write the letter only.

ARTS
1. It is a compound of two Greek words, tragos or “goat” and ode meaning “song”.
a. Comedy c. Satyr play
b. Melodrama d. Tragedy
2. In this period women are not allowed to perform in theaters.
a. Roman c. Greek
b. Baroque d. Renaissance
3. He was the first Greek actor and introduced the use of mask and was called the “Father
of Tragedy”.
a. Aristophanes c. Queen Elizabeth I
b. Thespis d. Oedipus the King
4. He wrote most of the comedy plays, one of which is “Lysitrata”.
a. William Shakespeare c. Aristophanes
b. Victor Marie Hugo d. Thespis
5. Which of the following is NOT a part of a Greek theater or Epidauros?
a. Orchestra c. Skene
b. Parados d. Proscenium
6. This kind of play contains comic elements to lighten the overall mood or a serious play
with a happy ending.
a. Satyr play c. Tragic play
b. Drama play d. Opera
7. It is the stage area of theatron or Epidauros.
a. Orchestra c. Skene
b. Parados d. Proscenium
8. In this period theatrical performances were not allowed throughout Europe except biblical
performances.
a. Medieval c. Greek
b. Roman d. Neoclassical
9. In which locations or events do minstrels perform their theatrical performances?
I.Church IV. Easter Sundays
II. Markets V. Festivals
III. Public places
a. I only c. I, II, III and V
b. II and IV d. II, III and V
10. He was a Renaissance playwright, England’s national poet and “Bard of Avon”.
a. Georges Bizet c. Victor Marie Hugo
b. William Shakespeare d. Queen Elizabeth I
11. Which characteristics possess a Neoclassical theater?
I.Grandiosity IV. Backdrops become noticeable
II. Simple costume and props V. Melodrama and opera are abundant
III. The concept is to entertain and teach lesson
a. I and V c. I, III, and IV
b. II and IV d. I, II, III, IV and V
12. Which of the following below described the right and proper audience behavior in
neoclassical theater?
a. Decorum c. Minstrels
b. Mannerism d. Proscenium
13. In what period “limelight” emerged?
a. Renaissance c. Neoclassical
b. Greek d. medieval
14. What period melodrama and operas became the most popular theatrical forms?
a. Medieval c. Renaissance
b. Romantic d. Baroque
15. He was a French Romantic playwright, and wrote the plays “Les Miserables” and
“Hunchback of Notre-Dame”.
a. William Shakespeare c. Victor Marie Hugo
b. Sophocles d. Georges Bizet
16. A French pianist and composer and best known for his opera “Carmen”.
a. William Shakespeare c. Victor Marie Hugo
b. Sophocles d. Georges Bizet
17. He was an ancient Greek tragedian playwright and wrote the plays Ajax, Antigone, and
Oedipus the King.
a. Euripides c. Sophocles
b. Aeschylus d. Aristophanes
18. Which of the following is NOT a masterpiece of Victor Marie Hugo?
a. Les Contemplations c. Les Miserables
b. No Wounds d. Hunchback of Notre-Dame
19. He is an actor and director and many of his theatrical production were classics of western
drama but in terms of a Filipino and Asian sensibility.
a. Ricardo G. Abad c. Salvador F. Bernal
b. Severino R. Reyes d. Francisco Balagtas
20. He was considered as the “Father of Tagalog Zarzuela”.
a. Ricardo G. Abad c. Francisco Balagtas
b. Severino R. Reyes d. Salvador F. Bernal
21. He wrote the play “Florante at Laura”.
a. Francisco Balagtas c. Salvador F. Bernal
b. Severino R. Reyes d. Ricardo G. Abad
22. How do you call Filipino debate in extemporaneous verse?
a. Zarzuela c. Play
b. Balagtasan d. Opera
23. What is the title of the fairy tale series written by Severino R. Reyes?
a. Kwento ni Lola Basyang c. Mga Tula ni Lola Basyang
b. Tula ni Lola Basyang d. Mga Kwento ni Lola Basyang
24. The “Father of Threater Design in the Philippine”.
a. Ricardo G. Abad c. Salvador F. Bernal
b. Severino R. Reyes d. Francisco Balagtas
25. It is an art form in which singers and musicians perform a dramatic work combining text
(libretto) and musical score.
a. Play c. Ballet
b. Opera d. Theater