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OUTLINE• What is Drama?• The Elements of Drama• The Drama Medium• Useful Words to Know• Let’s Put on a Play!
A story written to beperformed by actors.
• Theme• Plot• Characters• Language/dialogue• Music• Spectacle/scene• Audience• Genre
• Costume• Sound• Lighting• Props• Stage
• Dramatist/playwright: the person whowrites the play• Dramatise: to make it into a play• Stage directions: instructions i...
In Shakespeares time there were no female actors. Therole of women had to be played by young boys who hadnot gone through ...
DRAMA AND THEATRE
DRAMA AND THEATRE
DRAMA AND THEATRE
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DRAMA AND THEATRE

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  1. 1. OUTLINE• What is Drama?• The Elements of Drama• The Drama Medium• Useful Words to Know• Let’s Put on a Play!
  2. 2. A story written to beperformed by actors.
  3. 3. • Theme• Plot• Characters• Language/dialogue• Music• Spectacle/scene• Audience• Genre
  4. 4. • Costume• Sound• Lighting• Props• Stage
  5. 5. • Dramatist/playwright: the person whowrites the play• Dramatise: to make it into a play• Stage directions: instructions in thescripts• Offstage/backstage: a scene that is notvisible to the audience• Spectator: the audience• Spectacle: a visual performance
  6. 6. In Shakespeares time there were no female actors. Therole of women had to be played by young boys who hadnot gone through puberty.

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