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The compositional structure or structures that shape a dramatic work; or a broad category of drama, which may include within it a number of styles (for example, puppetry is a form, and glove puppets,
A technique used in performance and process drama in which a person or the members of a group use their bodies to make an image capturing an idea, theme, or moment in time.
A category of drama, characterized by similarities in form, style, or subject matter.
A movement of any part of the body that expresses an idea
A process in which an actor is questioned who is in role, or answering on behalf of their role.
Use of different heights on the stage achieved by platforms, rostra or stairs; the use of different heights in a group by actors standing, sitting or lying down.
Theatrical performance action and character are suggested using gesture, movement, and facial expression without words or sounds.
A lengthy speech for one person.
Where a person narrates the action that occurs within a drama
Speed at which you talk (fast, slow, even)
To delay talking for a moment. Often used to create tension.
What an actor gives on stage.
Height or depth of the voice (how low or high it is).
The text of a performance.
The person who wrote the play
What happens in the play; the basic story
describes the way a person stands or sits (slumped, upright, stooped)
The process of practising the performance and improving it