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Thespian

of or relating to drama and the theatre; dramatic
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Frandell, a former student of Ematetie Primary School, Bungoma High School and Mosoriot Teachers Training College was a gifted thespian and orator who also served as a drama adjudicator and consultant.
Join the Rend Lake College Thespians for a night of hilarity during the annual Improv Comedy Night.
"Our students participate in the Indiana Thespian regional and state competitions.
The two-story stone building is owned by the thespian's family.
It is, however, unfortunately the case that when it comes to a performance "you had to be there." Rokem's discussion of this text makes it clear that, whatever you may think of Socrates's philosophical pronouncements, it is his brilliance as a thespian that enables him to carry the day--or in this case the night.
Rokem reflects upon how philosophers adopted thespian ways of expression and conversely, how thespians engaged philosophical style in theatrical activities (2).
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.
The book then moves on to study the conflicted character of Hamlet as both would-be thespian and would-be philosopher.
Hot Thespian Action!: 10 Premiere Plays from Walterdale
So, they've renamed it colin, not as in the thespian Firth, but as in General Powell, that is coe-lin.
In his latest novel, he gets into the mind of his main character with ease, building him as a raceconscious thespian involved with a Russian woman.
He combined the generosity, charm, and restraint of Bournonville technique--an open-armed port de bras that embraces the viewer; jumps that are not so much virtuosic as precise--with the thespian skills of a method actor.