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Question 11/ 1pts1) Of all the elements of theatre, the director receives the most appreciation by the audience because they're the ones who get to stand in the limelight.TrueFalseQuestion 21/ 1pts2) The task of the actor in attempting to make a character on stage appear real does not require talent, training or discipline.TrueFalseQuestion 31/ 1pts3) Konstantin Stanislavski developed a technique for realistic acting.TrueFalseQuestion 41/ 1pts4) The actor's instrument is the flute and harp.TrueFalseQuestion 51/ 1pts5) If there is no sound equipment the actor will have to project his or her voice.TrueFalseQuestion 61/ 1pts6) In the art of acting the physical element is more important than the inner life of the actor.TrueFalseQuestion 71/ 1pts7) Physical and vocal tension must be maintained by an actor to achieve peak performance.TrueFalseQuestion 81/ 1pts8) It is not important if an actor stops acting or loses his or her concentrationwhen he or she is not the main character in a scene or when someone else istalking.TrueFalseQuestion 91/ 1pts9) Stanislavski said, "The actor must first of all believe in everything that takes place onstage, and most of all, he must believe what he himself is doing. And one can only believe in the truth."TrueFalseQuestion 101/ 1pts10) If an actor can sing and dance he or she will have more job opportunities.TrueFalseQuestion 111/ 1pts11) Actors must always fully concentrate on some object, person or event while onstage. In this way the actor can stop worrying about the audience and lose their self-consciousness.RelaxationConcentration and observationInner truthThrough line of a roleQuestion 121/ 1pts12) Except in one person shows, performers do not act alone; they interact with other people.Through line of a roleThe circusVaudevilleEnsemble playingQuestion 131/ 1pts13) An emphasis on concrete details. A performer should never try to act in general and should never try to convey a feeling such as fear or love in somevague, amorphous way. The performer must conceive of the situation in which a character exists-the given circumstances.Importance of specificsInner truthEmotional recallSuperobjectiveQuestion 141/ 1pts14) An acting exercise that requires the performer to ask, "How would I reactif I were in this character's position?Stage combatRelaxationMeditationMagic ifQuestion 151/ 1pts15) Fill in the blank for the first question an actor must answer to understandhis or her circumstances:___________________ am I?Question 161/ 1pts16) Fill in the blank for the second question an actor must answer to understand his or her circumstances:____________________ am I?Question 171/ 1pts17) Fill in the blank for the third question an actor must answer to understand his or her circumstances:What __________________ is it?Question 18WhoWheretime1/ 1pts18) Fill in the blank for the first question an actor must answer of the questions of action:What do I ___________________?Question 191/ 1pts19) Fill in the blank for the second question an actor must answer of the questions of action:What is in my __________________?Question 201/ 1pts20) Fill in the blank for the third question an actor must answer of the questions of action:What do I do to overcome my _______________?w antw


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