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Thespian

of or relating to drama and the theatre; dramatic
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Additional awards and Shorecrest thespian results are listed online at http://www.
Rokem reflects upon how philosophers adopted thespian ways of expression and conversely, how thespians engaged philosophical style in theatrical activities (2).
FORMED in April last year, Scouse band The Thespians performed their first gig at Liverpool''s Mathew St Festival.
The book then moves on to study the conflicted character of Hamlet as both would-be thespian and would-be philosopher.
Australian actor Hugh Jackman, famous for his portrayal of uber-macho superhero Wolverine in the X-Men films, assumed a different thespian challenge by essaying the role of homosexual songwriter (and AIDS casualty) Peter Allen in Broadway's The Boy from Oz.
Author Morley (son of actor Robert) had access to Gielgud's personal papers and interviewed more than 200 friends, rivals, colleagues, and critics of the thespian legend.
He also appeared in The Hanging Gale, a drama about the Irish potato famine, with his three thespian brothers.
I would have welcomed it if Pope John Paul II--himself a competent thespian of days gone by--would have exercised his dramatic instincts so that the ceremonial aspects of the College of Cardinals better mirrored his wonderful words.
Luzhin Defence star John Turturro searches for that certain thespian je ne sais quoi.
Johnny admits that he was intimidated to find himself in such lofty thespian company during his time as Krook in the Beeb's Dickens classic.
Smith, having been given access to Lee's personal files by his widow, mores a forgotten thespian from near obscurity to front and center on the American stage.
It's one thing for a mature actor to play gay in TV or film; it's another for an adolescent thespian, still growing into her womanhood, to handle a same-sex screen romance.