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Thespian

of or relating to drama and the theatre; dramatic
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This Saturday, March 17, they're hosting an open day at Huddersfield Central Library from 10am and would like to meet any former Thespians with information, photographs or documents relating to the society, Dexter Booth, a board member of the society, explained: "We are keen to fill in the gaps in our history, particularly from 1980 onward.
Every year, the thespians produce two plays in the fall and spring.
Thus, thespians are artists who express themselves theatrically.
Tomorrow night, the band Paul Thespian (lead vox / guitar), Jess Thespian (lead guitar / vox), Phill Thespian (bass) and Danny Thespian (drums) play Eric's on Mathew Street.
Philosophers and thespians share in thinking and doing, in word and action.
The 29-year-old actor says that he's disgusted when he sees fellow thespians spread over the pages of glossy magazines.
The foundation degree group hosted interactive workshops and gave talks about the theatre to more than 40 fellow thespians when they visited a Welsh college.
Though he was mostly known for his caricatures of thespians and the goings-on about the theater world, Hirschfeld's signature black-and-white drawings presented the world around him bubbling with both integrity and levity.
If you are in the Salt Lake City area, check with these thespians to see where they will be performing next.
Those students, along with the state qualifiers, will automatically qualify for the International Thespians Individual Events competition to be held in Lincoln, Neb.
But don't underestimate these furry, lipstick-smeared thespians.