Theater Terminology Quiz

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Match the following theatrical elements with their definitions:

Prologue = an introduction to a play or novel Epilogue = the ending statement of the play or story Plot = series of events that follows a specific order Setting = the time and place of the play

Match the following types of plays with their descriptions:

Tragedy = a play that has a negative outcome. A bad or sad ending Comedy = a play that is humorous or has a happy ending Irony = the opposite of what is expected to happen Chorus = an actor or actress who comments on a play rather than portraying a character

Match the following terms with their meanings in theatrical context:

Soliloquy = one’s thoughts spoken out loud Monologue = a long speech made by a character in a play Dialogue = a conversation between two or more characters in a play Suspension of disbelief = a willingness to pretend that a piece of fiction is real

Match the following storytelling elements with their functions:

In medias res = in the middle of things Identification = the association of oneself with a fictional character Verbal tic = a short phrase that a speaker repeats over and over Playwright = an author of a play

Match the following theatrical elements with their definitions:

Stage Directions = Instructions that tell you how to act on stage Prologue = An introduction to a play or novel Irony = The opposite of what is expected to happen Tragedy = A play that has a negative outcome

Match the following character-related terms with their meanings:

Chorus = An actor or actress who comments on a play rather than portraying a character Actors = The performers of the play Soliloquy = One's thoughts spoken out loud Monologue = A long speech made by a character in a play

Match the following storytelling techniques with their descriptions:

In medias res = In the middle of things Suspension of disbelief = A willingness to pretend that a piece of fiction is real Identification = The association of oneself with a fictional character Verbal tic = A short phrase that a speaker repeats over and over

Match the following play elements with their functions:

Play = A performance that is meant to be acted out on stage Scenes = Smaller units in a play Setting = The time and place of the play Plot = Series of events that follows a specific order

Test your knowledge of theater terms with this quiz covering concepts like chorus, play, act, scenes, stage directions, prologue, epilogue, irony, and setting.

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