Quiz: If You Can Get A 10/18 on This Test, You Must Be a Theatre Major

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Chicago via Miramax Films
 Jul 22, 2018
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Question: 1/18Choose the best answer!

Is stage right to the audience's right side?

Question: 2/18Choose the best answer!

Who wrote 'Taming of the Shrew'?

Question: 3/18Choose the best answer!

When technicians are loading in, they are ______.
Finding parking
Organizing the actors
Installing the set onstage

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When a play has finished, clearing the set is known as the _____.

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If an actor corpses, it means they ______.
Forgot their lines

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Days with no shows playing are called what?
Black days
Purple days
Bye days

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What does ASM stand for?
Automatic Stage Monitor
Assistant Stage Manager
Attractive Stage Man

Question: 8/18Choose the best answer!

What is a changeover?
Changing from one show to a different show
Changing the actor
Changing the scene

Question: 9/18Choose the best answer!

The stage manager is talking about preset. What are they referring to?
Checking the lights
Checking the set, props, & costumes are in the right place before a show
Taking attendance

Question: 10/18Choose the best answer!

Where should an actor stand to be noticed first?
Downstage Right
Downstage Left

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What word is used to describe a theatre that is closed?

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The phrase used in theatre to describe lines improvised by an actor is called ___.
Ad Libs
Libby Libs
Mad Libs

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What name is given to part of a stage which projects into the auditorium?
Happy Stage
Apron Stage
Thrust Stage

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In which town or city is the Royal Shakespeare Company based?
Stratford Upon Avon

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On a stage, what are the out of view areas on the sides of the acting area called?
Angle One

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What is blocking?
The director's planned movement for the characters
Covering an actor from the audience
Hiding tickets from scalpers

Question: 17/18Choose the best answer!

Who is known as the originator of method acting?

Question: 18/18Choose the best answer!

What is the term for a recess between parts of a performance or production?
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