There are three options in this question that can be said to be a stage direction. A stage direction is an instruction given before the action begins in every scene. It can be a sound, the entrance of an actor, a location or even an emotion that a character is feeling. These descriptions are used to informe the actors or whoever reads the play about relevant details concerning the aformentioned aspects. . Taking into account this, the options that are connected with this definition of stage direction are the following:


A. A platform before the Castle (Location)

B. Enter to him Bernardo (Entrance of a character)

D. Fransisco at his post (The position of an actor on stage)

As you can see, Shakespeare"s stage directions were brief and to the point.

OPTION C = WRONG because it is part of the dialogue that occurs as the scene begins.

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