The rate or speed at which the play’s action moves is known as
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The correct answer is Pacing
In literature, the pacing, also called pace refers to the rate or speed in which a story develops, this includes the number of words or details used to describe an action in written literature such as novels or short stories or the time, dialogues and details used that in scene and therefore the length of scenes in a play, elements that determine the general speed in which the actions and other elements of a story develop. Additionally, this rate of speed or pacing depends on the genre of literature and the features of each literary work. Therefore, it can be concluded the rate or speed at which the play's action moves is known as "pacing".
The rate or speed at which the play’s action moves is known as pace. The term pace, or also called rhythm or tempo, denotes the movement or sweep of the play as it progresses.The tempo of an entire theatrical performance is very important.