Playwright // Downstage // Dress Rehearsals

Today we will review three new vocabulary words. Playwright, Downstage, and Dress Rehearsals. Review the definitions below and then look at the 3 example sentences for each vocabulary word. After reviewing the information, try to make your own sentences.

 

VOCABULARYDEFINITION
Playwright"A person who writes plays."
Downstage"At or toward the front of the stage."
Dress Rehearsals"The final rehearsal of a live show; in which everything is done as it would be in a real performance."

PLAYWRIGHT

#SENTENCE EXAMPLES
1We are reading the works of many modern playwrights.
2Sally told her mother that she wants to be a famous playwright.
3Do you know any famous playwrights?

DOWNSTAGE

#SENTENCE EXAMPLES
1Jennifer is standing downstage in the open area.
2The director called all of the dancers to come downstage.
3Please put this table downstage.

DRESS REHEARSALS

#SENTENCE EXAMPLES
1I would love to have dinner with you tonight, but I can’t because I have a dress rehearsal at 7pm.
2What time is our dress rehearsal?
3Dress rehearsals are necessary before any play opens in a theatre.

 

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