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What are the people who change the scenery between scenes called?

They are normally referred to "stage hands"

Is scenery plural?

It is both singular and plural. Scenery can refer to one large scene. It can also refer to a collection of scenes, such as the backdrops used in a play.

What is the difference between an act and a scene in drama?

Usually acts are parts of the play that are between intermissions. A one act play does not have an intermission. A two act play has one intermission. A three act play has two intermissions and so on. This was necessary in earlier days to change the scenery on stage while the curtains were closed. An act can have as many scenes as the playwright wants.Acts can be thought of as chapters and scenes as sections (paragraphs) of that chapter.

What is the difference between an opera and a play?

An opera is a play set to music with props costumes scenery and lighting. It is usually peformed by an orchestra, soloists and chorus, whilst a play is just a drama, a story. A play is an acted out story with spoken scenes. A play with singing scattered between spoken scenes is a musical or operetta. An opera is a play in which all words are sung.

What is an outdoor scene?

Outdoor scenes are images that show something that is outside. They can be a city skyline, beach scene, or any other scenery that is outdoors.

What are the parts of plays?

Well there are scenes and acts. There are usually two or three acts to a play, and in between the acts the audience take a break. The scenes usually change when the setting changes or new characters are on stage.

Is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang set in Scotland?

No, the mountain scenes were shot in southern Germany and northern Austria, but the scenery does look like the Scottish Highlands though!!

How do you write a short sentence with the word transistion in it?

The fade-to-black scene change in the movie was a smooth transition between thoses two scenes.

What does scenery mean?

the general appearance of a place all the features that give character to a landscape hangings draperies structures etc used on a stage to represent a locale or furnish decorative background Category ShowbizOrigin of scenery 1740--50 alter of scenary now obs Anglicized form of scenario by assimilation of ending to -eryPrinceton's WordNetscenery scene(noun)the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale"they worked all night painting the scenery"scenery(noun)the appearance of a placeKernerman English Learner's Dictionaryscenery(noun)ˈsi nə rithings that are part of nature that you see around youmountain scenery The scenery outside the city was beautiful sceneryˈsi nə rithe pictures on a stage that show the location of a playpainted sceneryWebster DictionaryScenery(noun)assemblage of scenes the paintings and hangings representing the scenes of a play the disposition and arrangement of the scenes in which the action of a play poem etc is laid representation of place of action or occurenceScenery(noun)sum of scenes or views general aspect as regards variety and beauty or the reverse in a landscape combination of natural views as woods hills etc

Is there any scenes in eastenders with Ronnie and jack in them?

Yes, there are many scenes between these two characters.

What does Elmo do behind the scenes?

he is a puppet people!

Why did Monet paint the same scenes over and over again?

Monet would paint the same scene at different times of the day so that the light would affect the scenery in differnet ways.

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