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The timing and pace of the drama. It also means the beat or tempo of the performance.
The imaginative identity taken on by an actor
When you're pretending to be another person and using your imagination to speak, think and even feel like that character.
A unit of drama
Doing something unplanned or on an impulse
How something is put on stage
The way you are stood
The level in society someone is, or how much someone dominates a dramatic scene.
To play a generalised or exaggerated version of a certain type of person.
An object you are expected to formulate a response to or be inspired by
How a play is constructed or plotted
An arrangement in freeze-frame that expresses an idea or emotion
Where mental pressure or emotional intensity is used to provoke a response, focus attention, or heighten involvement.
A reflective process that reveals the private thoughts of roles at specific moments in the action.
As a thought track, but one person walks down the middle of two lines of people as a character. The two lines say what the character is thinking or what others think about them
The execution of a line or movement at a specific moment to achieve the truest effect.
The emotional quality in the voice that expresses the speaker's feelings or thoughts.