Parts of the theatrical script

The script that has the text of a dramatic work that has been written to be performed or staged is called the Theater Script, balurdo or libretto.

 

This is made up of different characteristics and elements such as the dimensions, the guidelines and the annotations for the members and actors of the theatrical cast in general.

The structure or parts of the theatrical script must be stipulated as follows:

WHAT ARE ITS PARTS?

  • 1Parts of the Theater Script
    • 1Name of the work
    • 2Enumeration of the characters
    • 3Number of the act
    • 4Scene
    • 5Description of the scenario
    • 6Parliament
    • 7Apart
    • 8Monologue
    • 9Dimensions
    • 10Dialogue
    • 11Act
    • 12Table
    • 13Characters

Parts of the Theater Script

Name of the work

This is the title with which the work will be called.

Enumeration of the characters

The names of the characters that make up the play are specified along with the actors and actresses who play them.

Commonly the hierarchical order goes from the main actor to ending with the extras.

Act number

This part represents the change of scenery, that is, the different locations in which the work takes place.

Scene

The characters interpret the situations raised in the script.

Scenario description

The different characteristics that the stage must carry within the work are explicitly detailed.

Parliament

These are the texts or lines that each actor or actress must speak in the different scenes.

Apart

These are the moments when the interpreter walks away and expresses something.

 

Monologue

Part of the play in which the performer speaks to himself.

Dimensions

This part is always enclosed in parentheses and is used to specify to the actor or actress what to do while speaking. That is, the mimics and facial and body gestures that will accompany what you have to say.

Dimensions are also part of the structure. These are characterized by indicating the inputs and outputs of each of the characters, the attitudes to be interpreted, their gestures and expressions in a general sense.

The decoration changes, the location in which the actions will be carried out and all other indications that will help the staging of the play and its setting are also specified.

Dialogue

This is the main element of the entire script. In this part the conversations that take place between two or more characters are developed. At the beginning of the sentence the character is specified, a colon is placed and the text of the dialogue is written.

Act

These are the different separate parts of the play. They can be called Act 1, Act 2, etc.

Picture

This is a part of the act in which the decoration is the same. It is understood that the painting is the scenography that is part of the ornamentation of the play.

Characters

These are the ones who give life to the events of the work. They are divided into main characters, secondary characters and environmental characters. The main ones are the most important, the secondary ones accompany the main ones and the environmental ones have their appearance within the work depending on the circumstances. They are also called incidental or circumstantial characters.

 

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