Crossword puzzle "Theatre"
Кроссворд по теме "Театр" предназначен для уроков английского языка в средней и старшей школе.
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Задание к кроссворду дано в виде определений, взятых из различных словарей. Вы можете изменить определения в соответствии со словарным запасом учеников, а также предложить изображение театрального зала, на котором обозначить цифрами ряд упомянутых в кроссворде театральных терминов.
Поскольку кроссворд составлен в текстовом редакторе в виде таблицы, его можно изменить (убрать неизвестные ученикам слова или заменить их другими). Кроме того, можно составить свой кроссворд в зависимости от уровня Ваших учеников, воспользовавшись программами для составления кроссвордов. Подробнее о двух таких программах: EclipseCrossword, Hot Potatoes.
- The person who directs the musicians.
- The character played by a particular actor.
- An upper floor in a theatre which sticks out over the main floor.
- A composition in verse or prose, especially one telling a serious story, designed for the theatre.
- The …… man – the main (most important) actor in a play.
- The place in a theatre which you pay for and where you sit.
- A journey in which a group of actors visits several different places in order to play.
- The sound that tells the people in the theatre that it is time to begin the play.
- All the performers in a particular play.
- An upper section of a theatre where the seats are the cheapest.
- A theatrical presentation of a play before an audience.
- A person, whose job is to show people where to sit at the theatre.
- A practice session during which the director works with the actors and crew, preparing a play for production.
- A theatrical representation of a story that is performed to music by trained dancers.
- A large area close to the entrance inside the theatre.
- The area where actors perform.
- Seats in the forward part of the lowest level of a theatre.
- A piece of paper that shows you have paid to go to a theatre.
- A person whose job is to remind actors what to say when they forget their words.
- A theatrical performance held during the daytime (especially in the afternoon).
- A theatrical presentation in which a dramatic performance consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment.
- Entertainment consisting of different short performances, such as singing, dancing or telling jokes.
- A toylike figure of a person or animal that is made to move by someone pulling strings or wires at a theatre performance.
- A booklet containing information about a particular production.
- Clothing worn by an actor on stage during a performance.
- To express approval by clapping hands.
- A ………… circle – the seats in the front part of the upper floor in a theatre.
- A short break between parts of a play; intermission.
- A screen, usually made of cloth, used to separate the stage from the auditorium.
- The large room in which theatrical performances are held.
- A ………… office – a place where you can buy tickets.
- A curtain ………… - The final appearance of the cast, at the end of the play, to receive the applause of the audience.
- A person who writes plays.
- Everything on stage (except props) used to represent the place at which action is occurring.
- A large group of musicians using many different musical instruments to play mostly classical music.
- A female person who performs a role in a play.
- A humorous play with a happy ending.
- A ………… room - a room in a theatre where people leave their coats.
- A lighting instrument used in a theatre to create a pool of light.
- A person who watches a performance or an event.
- The stage representation of an action or a story; a dramatic composition.
- A line of adjacent seats in a theatre.
- Opera ………… – an object that you look through so that you can see the actors more clearly.
- A call or demand (by continued applause) for a repetition or an extra performance.
- A passageway between seating areas in a theatre.
- The group or list of plays which a group of actors have prepared for performance.