no stage directions are the directions or places on stage to stand or cross to.
Comedy and tragedy
Dramatic Verse is a Genre of poetry in which one or more characters 'speak' directly. It is also the format for some drama, especially the plays of English dramatist and poet William Shakespeare, who wrote his speeches in both regular verse and in prose. Ballads are often written in dramatic verse, and poets who use this format include the English writer Robert Browning.
The major divisions in a play script are called acts. The number of acts in a can range from one to five or more, depending on how a writer structures the outline of the story.
An aside is when you hear the characters innermost thoughts and feelings, the other characters don't hear it.
Algernon has an imaginary friend in Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest.
In drama, a loop dialogue is a conversation spoken by two people ( a dialogue), but is kept on being spoken from start to finish in a loop. Hence the name lopp dialogue
A lyric poem is a poem
A play, drama, a movie.
No bolded letters; ergo, no possible answer.
. . . . a play
How characters interact with one another
Yes, the word soliloquy is a noun, a word for a speech in a drama in which a character, alone or as if alone, discloses innermost thoughts; a word for a thing.
"Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, over many a volume of quaint and curious lore . . .
written comments about how or where the action happens