Stage direction: is the instruction in a script that describes where, what, when and how something is going to occur and who's going to do it.
Lighting: the arrangement and colour of lighting is used to achieve a certain mood or effect.
Props: the object/s that a character or actor uses to add something to the overall look, feel, and time period.
Costumes: a style of dress to change overall look of somebody's actual look/style to match the scene/act.
Gestures: are something that people use to express their feelings and emotions.
Movement: where and how an actor takes/moves themselves around the stage.
Blocking: the process and record of where action takes place on the stage.
Exit and Entrance: shows where a character appears and leaves the stage.
Makeup: makeup is used to change the way someone appears.
Sound Effects: Artificially created or enhanced sounds to make it feel/sound like it is actually raining, car door slamming etc.
Multimedia effects: Special effects, ICT, animation etc. To make in look like they're/you're in a location that your not.
Backdrop: A painted cloth hung at the back of a theatre stage as part of the scenery to change the effect.
Voice projection: Strength of speaking or singing whereby the voice is used loudly and clearly.
Characterisation: How you create a character – includes gestures, mannerisms, voice, movement etc.
- Stage direction
- Entrance and exit
- Sound effects
- Multimedia effects
- Voice projection