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dramatics

a. the art of acting or producing plays
b. dramatic productions
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Eminent public and private universities of Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Kohat, Peshawar and Lahore will participate in the competitions such as Qirat, Sports (T-20 Cricket, Badminton and Table Tennis), Bilingual Debate, Dramatics and Singing being held during the three-day festivity.
It costs a lot to stage these shows in terms of money, time and effort and we are lucky to have such a good amateur dramatics scene in Huddersfield.
He said: "I believe passionately in kids doing amateur dramatics as it gives them confidence and helps them with their social skills.
My mum has always been in amateur dramatics," she explains.
I try to impart them the knowledge of professionalism as well as the knowledge of dramatics," he said.
They have instead opted to revisit the hushed, swooning dramatics of Mazzy Star as well as the cosmic Americana of Grandaddy and Sparklehorse.
Colorado tied the game 2-2 in the sixth against Aaron Sele when Cory Sullivan doubled home Yorvit Torrealba, but the dramatics of Ethier and Lofton were still to come.
Arjen Robben's shameful dramatics after Pepe Reina's admittedly stupid behaviour is just the latest piece of cynical cheating.
With its lush colors and over-the-top dramatics, The Fox offers a painterly mise-en-scene.
Its over-the-top dramatics, acrobatic dancing, and martial displays leave little room for three-dimensional nuance.
Destiny Henderson, a sophomore at Churchill High School, competed for the first time Sunday in Eugene-Springfield's annual Afro-Academic Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics - and came away with three gold medals, in dramatics, photography and oratory.