Blacks in the Arts

by Janet Sims-Wood, Ph.D.

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Find the words below in the puzzle:

Actor A person who performs in the theater, movies, television, etc.

Actress A woman who performs in the theater, movies, television, etc.

Artist Someone skilled in painting, making things or performing in the arts

Ballet A performance that uses dance, scenery, costumes, and music, often to tell a story

Blues A type of slow, sad, jazz music

Choreographer Someone who arranges dances

Composer Someone who writes music, poems, etc.

Dance A particular set of steps, such as a waltz

Director The person in charge of making a play, a movie, a radio or a television program

Films Motion pictures on which a performance has ben recorded with a camera or a camcorder

Gospel Religious songs associated with evangelism and marked by simple melody and harmony

Jazz Original American music developed from several forms of music with special melodic features

Opera A play in which all or most of the words are sung and the singers are accompanied by an orchestra

Sculptor Someone who carves out of stone, wood, metal, marble or clay

Vaudeville Theatrical entertainment made up of songs, dances and comic acts

 

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HUAN 7 
November 2001