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What is true about both the stage and film version of a drama? Neither require the viewer to interpret the setting to better understand the story’s context. Neither require the viewer to interpret the mood based on the lighting and sound effects used. Both require the viewer to visualize the action based on the stage directions in the drama’s script. Both require the viewer to infer characters’ emotions and motivations through the actors’ portrayals.

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FlorineCrayton

The similarities between a stage and film version of a drama is that both require the viewer to infer characters’ emotions and motivations through the actors’ portrayals. Since people cannot read the script to feel the emotions, it is the actors’ responsibility to portray it well.

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