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  1. 1. Name D r a m a CCSS. RL.4.5 |© http://www.englishworksheetsland.com Forms of Drama Just as prose can appear as fiction or nonfiction and all of their various subgenres, drama can also take different forms. Play: A written work intended to be performed by actors on a stage Skit: A short comedic play, often a parody Opera: A dramatic work set to music in which the actors sing their lines Musical: A dramatic work in which singing and dancing play a central part Monologue: A long speech by one actor in a dramatic production Exercise: It’s time for rehearsal! Read what’s going on in each scene, and decide whether the actors are rehearsing a play, a skit, an opera, a musical or a monologue. 1. It took George an hour to get through his speech. By the time he was finished, his throat was sore and his mouth was dry. A Play 2. Karen was supposed to exit stage left, but she kept messing up and exiting stage right instead. B Skit 3. Their performance only lasted five minutes, but it was hilarious, and it made fun of a contemporary politician. C Opera 4. Gloria did very well singing her words, but every time she had to hit a high note it was hard to understand what she was saying. D Musical 5. Everyone enjoyed performing the dance number, even the actors that were not used to dance. E monologue
  2. 2. CCSS. RL.4.5 |© http://www.englishworksheetsland.com ANSWERS 1. Monologue. 2. Play 3. Skit 4. Opera 5. Musical

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