Drama MCQs

Drama MCQs

Our team has conducted extensive research to compile a set of Drama MCQs. We encourage you to test your Drama knowledge by answering these multiple-choice questions provided below.
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1: "stage directions for the set, the lighting, and the creation of characters are necessary for _____.

A.   Structuring the play

B.   Visualizing the play

C.   Reading the play

D.   Resolving the play

2: Lady macbeth's guilt causes her a great ____ of spirit

A.   Harbinger

B.   Development

C.   Perturbation

D.   Fortification

3: "there is none but ____ /whose being i do fear and under him/my genius is rebuked . . . .

A.   HE

B.   It brings the reader full circle by once again pointing up an aspect of his noble nature.

C.   Cheerful

D.   Harbingers

4: All of the following are characteristics of psychological suspense except __________.

A.   Development of plot through mental activity

B.   Research-like writing style

C.   Emphasis on madness, overt or covert

D.   Ambiguous protagonists

5: After killing duncan, macbeth is so distraught that he ________.

A.   The owl's scream and the crickets' cries

B.   Brings the bloody daggers with him from the murder scene

C.   Stealthy

6: What is the definition of a drama?

A.   A genre of literature that uses exaggerated and humorous situations for entertainment

B.   A written work that explores the life and experiences of a specific individual

C.   A form of literature intended to be performed by actors on a stage, involving conflicts and emotions

D.   A type of poetry that follows a strict meter and rhyme scheme

7: In drama, what is the term for a long speech delivered by a character while alone on stage?

A.   Monologue

B.   Dialogue

C.   Soliloquy

D.   Prologue

8: What is the name of a drama that has a sad or tragic ending?

A.   Comedy

B.   Farce

C.   Tragedy

D.   Melodrama

9: Who is responsible for writing the script of a drama?

A.   Director

B.   Producer

C.   Playwright

D.   Actor

10: What does "translation" refer to in the context of drama?

A.   Adapting a drama into a different genre, such as poetry or novel

B.   Converting a drama into a screenplay for a movie adaptation

C.   Conveying the text of a drama from one language to another

D.   Rewriting a drama to change the setting and characters

11: Which of the following is a common challenge faced by translators when translating drama?

A.   Maintaining the original rhyme scheme

B.   Converting the drama into a novel format

C.   Capturing the nuances and cultural references of the original language

D.   Shortening the length of the drama for brevity

12: What is the primary goal of a translator when working on a drama?

A.   To add new characters and scenes to enhance the story

B.   To adapt the drama for a different time period

C.   To convey the original meaning and emotions of the drama accurately

D.   To omit certain scenes and dialogues for clarity

13: What is the term for a drama that is humorous and aims to entertain the audience through witty dialogue and funny situations?

A.   Tragedy

B.   Comedy

C.   Melodrama

D.   Farce

14: In drama, what is the name given to a character's written lines and speeches?

A.   Monologue

B.   Dialogue

C.   Prologue

D.   Soliloquy

15: What is the name of a drama that presents exaggerated and improbable situations, intended to provoke laughter and amusement?

A.   Tragedy

B.   Comedy

C.   Melodrama

D.   Farce