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Theater and Drama Vocabulary Word List (283)

A)Acceptance, Accolade, Achievement, Act, Actor, Actress, Ad lib, Adaptation, Admire, Agent, Aisle, Animation, Announcement, Anticipation, Anxiety, Applaud, Applause, Appreciation, Artistry, Attraction, Audience, Audition, Awards, Awesome
B)Backstage, Balcony, Banner, Benefactor, Box-office, Brilliant, Broadway, Broadway-bound, Buzz
C)Capacity, Cast, Celebration, Celebrity, Ceremony, Character, Charisma, Charm, Chemistry, Choreograph, Chorus, Comedy, Commercial, Commercialism, Commitment, Companies, Company, Confident, Conspicuous, Contribution, Costumes, Craft, Credit(s), Critics, Cues, Curtailed, Cynicism
D)Debut, Decoration, Deft, Demeanor, Design, Dialogue, Dignify, Dignity, Direct, Direction, Director, Diverse, Drama, Dramatize, Dynamic
E)Ecstasy, Ecstatic, Efforts, Ego, Electrifying, Emote, Emotion, Emotional, Engagement, Enigmatic, Entertainment, Esteem, Exclusive, Exit, Experience, Extras
F)Failure, Famous, Fan, Farce, Features, Fierce, Fuss
G)Gags, Gender, Genial, Genius, Genre, Greasepaint, Greed, Gross, Gruff, Gutsy
H)Hatred, Hit, Host, Hostess, House
I)Independent, Industry, Insight, Intense, Interior, Interpretation
J)Jealousy, Jocular, Journalist, Joy, Judgment
K)Keen
L)Landmark, Laugh, Laughter, Lead, Lights, Lines, Locale, Location, Loge, Loyalty, Lyrics
M)Magical, Makeup, Material, Melodrama, Melodramatic, Members, Mezzanine, Music, Musical, Mysterious
N)Name, Nasty, Neckline, Needs, New York, Nomination, Nominee, Nostalgia, Notoriety
O)Off-Broadway, Official, Opening night, Orchestra, Original, Outstanding, Ovation, Overlook, Overrated
P)Part, Passionate, Payroll, Perfection, Perform, Performance, Performer, Pinnacle, Places, Play, Players, Popular, Popularity, Portray, Portrayal, Pose, Predict, Premiere, Pressure, Prize, Proclaim, Production, Profession, Program, Projection, Prop
Q)Quail, Quality, Quest, Quiet
R)Recipient, Recognition, Red-carpet, Rehearsal, Rendition, Reserve, Resilience, Respect, Revenues, Revival, Role, Run
S)Salute, Scenario, Scene, Score, Screenplay, Script, Seating, Seats, Sentiment, Sequence, Show, Skit, Slapstick, Smash, Sold-out, Soliloquy, Solo, Songs, Speculation, Splendid, Spotlight, Stage, Star, Stardom, Stare, Starlet, Statue, Statuette, Stress, Strive, Studio, Stunning, Style, Stylistically, Subsidize, Success, Summer stock, Supporting, Surprise, Synergy
T)Talent, Tears, Technique, Tempo, Tension, Theater, Theme, Thespian, Tickets, Times Square, Tour, Traditional, Tragedy, Treatment, Tribute, Triumph
U)Ultimate, Uplifting, Upstage, Urbanite, Ushers
V)Venue, Versatile, Verve, Visible, Vision, Vivid
W)Walk-on, Wardrobe, Winner, World-class, Writer
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Y)Youthful
Z)Zeal, Zealous, Zone
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