In a general light, private theatricals
are open to some objections, but as we are circumstanced, I must think it would be highly injudicious, and more than injudicious to attempt anything of the kind.
The little priest had stepped out into the main avenue, and now returned with the fallen sword, which looked ludicrously large and theatrical
when attached to his dumpy figure, at once clerical and commonplace.
No; I was engaged with the gentlemen who have just left the room about the theatrical
performances and the tournaments which are to take place to-morrow.
He sang funny songs to them and told funny stories, did conjuring tricks and got up theatricals
, shared their fun and comforted their sorrows.
The box contained material for make- up and had been left with other things by a theatrical
company that had once been stranded in Wines- burg.
IN LINCOLN THE BEST part of the theatrical
season came late, when the good companies stopped off there for one-night stands, after their long runs in New York and Chicago.
For I never care to do a thing in a quiet way; it's got to be theatrical
or I don't take any interest in it.
The beautiful Giesbach Fall is near Interlaken, on the other side of the lake of Brienz, and is illuminated every night with those gorgeous theatrical
fires whose name I cannot call just at this moment.
Still, he was sufficiently touched by his aunt's grief to long to rush out from under the bed and overwhelm her with joy -- and the theatrical
gorgeousness of the thing appealed strongly to his nature, too, but he re- sisted and lay still.
The accused, who was (and who knew he was) being mentally hanged, beheaded, and quartered, by everybody there, neither flinched from the situation, nor assumed any theatrical
air in it.
The sheriffs with their great chains and nosegays, other civic gewgaws and monsters, criers, ushers, a great gallery full of people - a large theatrical
audience - looked on, as the two-and-thirty and the Judge were solemnly confronted.
Vane glanced at her, and with one of those false theatrical
gestures that so often become a mode of second nature to a stage-player, clasped her in her arms.