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GCSE English Literature

script The written text of a play, film, or broadcast is called a script.
playwright A playwright is someone who writes plays.
Shakespeare Shakespeare was an English playwright and poet.
act An act is a section of a play.
scene A scene is an unit of action within a play.
character A character is a fictional person or being in a story.
audience The people watching a show or reading a text are called the audience.
theatre British English spelling A theatre is a building in which plays are performed.
costume A costume is the clothes an actor wears in a production.
set Set refers to the scenery and furniture in a play and their position on stage.
stage Stage directions include entries, exits, and movement.
directions Stage directions include entries, exits, and movement.
dialogue British English spelling but is sometimes accepted as American spelling Dialogue is a conversational exchange.
narrator A narrator tells the story in a play.
auditorium The audience sits in the auditorium.
backstage Backstage is the area behind the stage.
emphasis If you put emphasis on something, it means you give it importance.
enter Enter indicates a character's entrance onto the stage.
exit Exit indicates a character's exit from the stage.

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script
playwright
Shakespeare
act
scene
character
audience
theatre
costume
set
stage
directions
dialogue
narrator
auditorium
backstage
emphasis
enter
exit

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