Cards in this guide (25)
When did projectionists begin to set up their projection machines in various towns
Who founded the Royal Academy of Music
The Royal Academy of Music was founded in 1822 by Lord
Burghersh. It was located in Tenterden Street, Hanover Square.
A full orchestra is usually composed of how many musicians
Whose birthday is celebrated on international dance day
Where did the New Wave style of expression in movies originate
The New Wave style of expression originated in Europe.
From which of these terms is the word ballet derived
The word ballet comes from the French and was borrowed into English around 1630.
Where were the first examples of dance found
on cave wall painting and tomb walls
What does aerobic dancing stimulate
Which dance form does ballet fit
Then an Alley is known as the first opera of which kind
What dance treatise was written by domenico da Piacenza
De Arte saltanda et choreas ducendi
How many forms of dance are there at the basic level
Which term is associated with isometric dance
"Low impact" is the term most associated with isometric
Which of these individuals is not closely associated with ballet
Which of these silent film stars never made a talkie
What was unique about the release of the film The Godfather
It was the first to be released simultaneously throughout the
Which silent horror film about a vampire thrilled and terrified audiences
What does strike mean in theater
Usually the word "Strike" in theater means to remove a piece of
scenery from the stage. For example, "We have to strike this set at
the end of the third act."
Which of these films was directed by DW Griffith
What movie replaced Gone With the Wind as the most financially successful movie
This type of magma has low silica content
Which of these terms refers to music productions that used dialogue and instrumentals similar to the opera comique
Is arabesque an adjective
Arabesque is a noun -- the name of a ballet move.
What is common ballet injuries
Common ballet injuries would be sprained ankles, injuries to
achilles tendons, and injuries to knees
Click on the definition that best describes this term. Props.