The central conflict and movement through a drama is referred to as the ________ of the play.
When asking "What is being attempted?", the critic is addressing the work of the ____________ and _____________.
Critical criteria includes the question "How well has the attempt ________?"
The last question for critics would be "Was the attempt _______________?"
In modern tragedy, the characters tend to be _____________________.
A “fourth wall theatre” describes a(n) _______________
The ___________ theatrical space utilizes the greatest amount of scenery and stage machinery
Elaborate scenery on/in a(n) ________ is impossible because it would block the view of other audience members.
Most Broadway performance spaces were built with the ________ configuration.
The audience sits on three sides of a _________________
In one form or another, the ________ has been the most widely used of all the theatre spaces.
The characters in a comedy of manners were mainly from the _________ class. The audience members were mainly from the ____________ class.
The French dramatic form __________ was a serious play that did not fit the neoclassical definitions of tragedy.
Oliver Goldsmith, who wrote "She Stoops to Conquer," opposed sentimental comedies by writing _____________.
List developments in directing for each practitioner: David Garrick
List significant developments in theatrical architecture and/or design for each century:
Realistic plays often tacklesubjects that are taboo, such as economic justice, gender double standards, andreligious hypocrisy. True or False?
_____________ is a main branchof modern Japanese theatre, the word means “new theatre.”
the actual nature of the elements that construct the performance itself, elements that have precise meaning for a particular community and that contribute to the images with which the community describes itself
The ________ is of special interest to experimental or avant-garde practitioners.