Quiz: If You Can Get A 10/15 On This Test, You Must Be A Theatre Major

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 Jan 06, 2017
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If you think you know everything there is to know about theatre, take this fun musical theatre quiz to find out! Only a true theatre major can get all 15 questions correct on this quiz, can you? Put your theatre knowledge to the test with this fun quiz! Theatre has many specific slang terms and processes that you would really only know if you actually did theatre. This quiz is not just about the best plays and musicals ever created, anyone who has been to a play before can ace that type of quiz! This specific quiz is for the real theatre majors, the theatre geeks, the theatre people who devote their lives to acting in plays. Only a real actor or actress, director, producer, playwright, or someone really involved in the behind the scenes process of plays, musicals and theatre will be able to get all these questions right.

Theatre is an integral part of any actors identity. Theatre has been a part of our society for hundreds of years. Theatre has the power to lift your mood, bring back memories, spark nostalgia, bring you back to the good old days, relieve anxiety, improve your mood, fight depression, make you smile, bring people together, send a message, and so much more. This Theatre quiz will surely bring you back to the old days when theatre was in it’s prime. Theatre is near and dear to your heart, it is something you grew up with and will remain a part of your core identity forever. If all of these things are true about yourself, you will probably ace this quiz easily!

This fun Theatre quiz will ask you all about the best plays and musicals of our time. It will also ask you about the names of terms, things about musicals, and random facts and theatre. Some examples of some of the questions are as follows: What is the “apron”?, Is stage right to the audience's right side?, Who wrote "Taming of the Shrew”?, When technicians are "loading in" they are what?, When a play has finished, clearing the set is known as the ____., Days with no shows playing are called what?, The stage manager talking about "preset." What are they referring to?, What word is used to describe a theatre that is closed?, The phrase is used in theatre to describe lines improvised by an actor is called __., and many more fun questions!

As you can see, you really have to know your stuff to be able to get all 15 of these quiz questions right. You must be the ultimate theatre fan in order to get all 15 of these questions right. Did you grow up doing plays or going to plays? Were you in musical theatre as a child? If so, take this fun quiz! Only the ultimate theatre fans, theatre majors, or theatre people will be able to know all of the answers to these questions. Are you up to the challenge? Take this quiz to find out how big of a theatre geek you are! Do not worry, if you do not get a perfect score there is always the opportunity to try again! Let us see what you have got!