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an actor's assumed behavior for the purpose of projecting a character to the audience
acting
males and females playing characters
actors
the conversations between actors on the stage
dialogue
the special style in which plays are written
dramatic structure
literature written in a dialogue form intended for the theater. there are four main types: tragedy, melodrama, comedy, and farce
drama
preserved on film as a moving photograph
filmed
a story in dialogue form, to be acted my actors, before a live audience
play
the special interactive and "live" relationship that exists between the performers and the audience, connecting and bonding them into a team.
player-audience relationship
one who writes plays
playwright
repeated action that becomes a custom or ceremony
ritual
a written copy of the Dialogue that actors will speak
script
notes added to the script of a play, generally in italics or parentheses that provide line readings, business, blocking or directions for effects.
stage directions
the writing or performing of plays as well as the formal study of the art form. the building in which plays are performed
theatre