Theatrical terminology

L M Y V X S G Q K B Y C B C X I U W Y L U
R R T H T A N H H T G C I E E H A Y Y I V
T S I T Q O K D D R C B W B M E D L K B U
C H A R A C T E R C O N T R A S T N L K Y
G A A K T H N M P Q K K D K N C F G V F V
N H H N Y Y U O H V D Q Q P U M F M D T R
I O V P N S G M B N G B F H C E U U C L I
W N S R O M S E T W X G N A T A N U S S H
O O C O R L V N E F O F I S V X W T I S M
D I O T I H O T H K O W I H L P I S L Q C
A T H A C A H O T H R N D W Y C I T G R W
H C C G I M K F D R O R U B H R W H S M O
S A O O T V E A K G U H F O O V T F O I V
E G E N A X H T A D H K M N T Q L N Q H X
R N G I M L C T S B H Y G C U F Q B L W B
O I F S A C N A F Y T A F R Y M O N C J Y
F S P T R A F C I H N E F Q V R H J J J N
P I M V D G G K I A F Q J J K E K I M U U
G R H T K K M A M Q N D B E D J Y M I I N
J S X H U B U S X L A C P B Y X N W I W Q
O L A U K U P W G W H S M E I G V C N J J

Clues

  • Alternating single/half lines of dialogue (12)
  • Character who acts as a foil to another, in order to point out characteristics of the other (9, 8)
  • Character's realisation of their nature or fate (11)
  • Hinting what will happen later (13)
  • Irrelevant element that is leader revealed to be important (8, 3)
  • Main character (11)
  • Moment in story when the play begins (6, 2, 6)
  • Opponent, rival, destructive force v protagonist (10)
  • Part of a plot that introduces complications (6, 6)
  • Where the audience knows more than a character (8, 5)

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