Region and State Judge Test

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NameName of school you're judging forEmailRegion and School District
1) When does timing begin for each contestant?
2)

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Students who have scratched the surface of their characters and could use a great deal of development. Their tempo is slower and they are not polished and fluent. These students are at a place where a great deal of work could help them develop their individual event.

3)

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Students have a grasp on their characters but could, however, develop them even further. Students have a good tempo, are polished and poised. These students could use a little more motivated movement as well as developed objectives and tactics. These students are at a place where a little more work could be done to enhance their scene.
4)

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Students who are not prepared. They don’t know their lines, they are stumbling over their blocking, they break character, and they lack all good elements of character development and character motivation.
5)

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Students who have wonderful character work, good tempo, are polished and poised; you can watch the scene and purely enjoy each moment without thinking about all the things they could improve on. These students have motivated movement, clarity, and portray professionalism.

6) A scene that has no costumes or props can still receive a superior.
7) When looking at characterization, the character must pursue a clear objective. An objective is:
8) Instrumental music is allowed in Pantomime.
9) Mouthing of words is not allowed in Pantomime except for “oh and ah”.
10) In Musical Theatre, performers may sing accapella music
11) Scenes can be taken from vaudeville, television skits, or movies.
12) Monologues, both humorous and dramatic, can play multiple characters
13) The concept of tempo and rhythm in acting is generally defined as:
14) Stage movement which matches the reality of the piece and is motivated is called:
15) Speaking loudly and clearly enough to make the audience both hear the words and understand the meaning behind the words of the playwright is called what?
16)
Characterization is:
17) When a character tries to achieve his/her objective, an example of an appropriate tactic choice might be
18) The manner of uttering or enunciating words and sounds; elocution is called?
19) If you feel that a performance piece is in violation of the rules on the ballot you should?
20) There should be a clear winner in your round.

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