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Key words for GCSE Drama.

naturalistic Naturalistic drama closely resembles real life.
episodic An episodic play consists of multiple standalone scenes.
realism Realism seeks to portray real life on stage.
linear Linear plots have a clear beginning, middle, and end.
interpretation An interpretation is the way a written work is realised for the stage.
documentary A documentary presents a factual report on a given subject.
pantomime Pantomime is a type of theatrical comedy mainly aimed at children.
street Street theatre is performed in the open air to a non-paying audience.
theatre British English spelling Street theatre is performed in the open air to a non-paying audience.
carnivalesque A carnivalesque performance resembles a carnival.
context Context is the background to a play including its setting.
cultural Cultural expression refers to the traditional art and music of a culture.
expression Cultural expression refers to the traditional art and music of a culture.
Brechtian Brechtian means relating to characteristics of Bertolt Brecht.
constructive Constructive feedback helps us to improve.
portrayal A portrayal is the way an actor depicts a character.
influence Influence refers to the factors that affect an actor's interpretation.
conventions Conventions are familiar rules or approaches.
artistic Artistic intention refers to the decisions made by the director and actors to communicate meaning.
intention Artistic intention refers to the decisions made by the director and actors to communicate meaning.

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