Genres
Famous plays
Types of entertainment
Parts of a play script
Emotions
100

It makes people laugh.

Comedy

100

It’s about two main characters, Romeo and Juliet, who are supposed to be sworn enemies but fall in love. In the end, they kill themselves.

Romeo and Juliet

100

It’s a theatrical dance with a formal academic dance technique.

Ballet

100

It’s the name of the play.

Title

100

It occurs when things are not expected.

Surprise

200

It has a happy ending.

Romance

200

It’s about the Prince Hamlet and his revenge against his uncle, Claudius, who has murder Hamlet’s father, but in the end, he loses his mother, his girlfriend, and his life.


Hamlet

200

It shows conversation between characters, intended for theatrical performance.

Play

200

It’s the author of the play.

Playwright

200

This emotion is often associated with a state of mind that reflects contentment, satisfaction, and pleasure.

Joy

300

The hero kills fictional and spooky characters.

Horror

300

It’s about a group Southern woman in northwest Louisiana, whose husbands leave them lots of time to gossip at the beauty parlor with a newly arrived and young girl.

Steel magnolias

300

It tells the story using a mixture of dialogues, songs and dance routines.

Musicals

300

They are different people that take part in the story

Characters

300

It’s the opposite of happiness and indicates a depressive state. It’s associated with feelings of disadvantage, loss, and helplessness.

Sadness

400

This genre tells a story using a mixture of dialogues, songs, and dance routines.

Musical

400

It’s about a young girl, Regan, who has been subject to demonic possession. Her mother, Chris, seeks out to the church to perform an exorcism.

The exorcist

400

It’s a dramatic entertainment in which performers express meaning through gestures accompanied by music.

Pantomime

400

It tells the time and place where the play happens in.

Setting

400

It occurs when someone is blocked or interrupted from an important goal by improper action of an external agent. It associated with a strong feeling of displeasure.

Disgust

500

It’s a genre with real-life situations using characters in conflict.

Drama

500

Name of the author of Romeo and Juliet.

William Shakespeare

500

It’s a mixture of music, singing, drama, costumes, and poetry combined into a coordinated theatrical performance.

Opera

500

 They tell actors/actresses what to do and where to go on stage, how to move and how to say their dialogues.

Stage directions

500

It’s an emotional response to a potentially threatening or dangerous stimulus. It’s related to the behaviors of escape and avoidance.

Fear

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