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theatre

(US), theater
1. 
a. a building designed for the performance of plays, operas, etc.
b. (as modifier): a theatre ticket
2. a room in a hospital or other medical centre equipped for surgical operations
3. plays regarded collectively as a form of art
4. the theatre the world of actors, theatrical companies, etc.
5. writing that is suitable for dramatic presentation
6. US, Austral, NZ the usual word for cinema
7. a circular or semicircular open-air building with tiers of seats
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With increasing freedom of expression over the past decade, a vital and thriving theatrical scene is emerging that reflects the plurality of Sudanese culture, often weaving together new forms of theatre with ancient rituals such as the one we attended in the cemetery.
EVERYONE'S favourite GCSE English homework project was played to an enthusiastic audience at the British Club and performed with aplomb by a cast including several new faces to Bahrain's theatrical scene.
The president and his wife went to cast their votes at the television building, which was the best location for that theatrical scene. At the same time, in the so-called secret rooms where the voters are supposed to cast their votes in a "secret" manner, i.e.
The choosing of the speakers of the Upper and Lower Houses looked like a theatrical scene following a rehearsal.
Articles focus on such topics as the contract's importance to the theatrical scene, cannibalism in Titus Andronicus, speaking process, and women and the early modern stage.
The theatrical scene, then, offers a particular selective representation of the actions such a worldly scene might allow, and can thus provide another scene for an encounter among the individuals who participate in it by watching.
Consciously, Claude believes that the feelings he writes into his theatrical scene are the natural protective instincts of a brother for his sister and the disappointment at never having been understood by his father.
One of Mrs Stansfield's noted roles was Principal Boy in Buckley Pantomime, a top production in the local theatrical scene.
Each of Beach's chapters focuses on an individual playwright, sets her dramatic work in the contexts of each woman's social activism, and compares that work to modernist innovations in the contemporary theatrical scene.
In sum, Lewis Carroll and the Victorian Stage extends and deepens our knowledge both of 'Lewis Carroll' and of the Victorian theatrical scene. Foulkes evinces a strong sense of cultural and social context in what is evidently a labour of love.
And on the night before the shooting, in a theatrical scene based on a homevideo, the young thesps come as close as they dare to the heart of the insanity.
In addition, Sosa-Ramirez has made a thorough and careful study of Enrique Buenaventura and Jose Sanchis Siniestra and provides the reader with a panoramic view of certain tendencies within the Spanish and Latin American theatrical scene during the second half of the twentieth century.