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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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"I think we're lucky that we can write music theatrically.
Theatrically the production, directed by Garnett Bruce, was traditional but the action felt natural and the result was powerful.
The fan, who has since been identified and banned by the club for life, made contact with Dida who proceeded to briefly give chase before collapsing to the ground theatrically and then being carried off on a stretcher.
Expansive modern glass doors wing out of the building, and appear to be supported by a 6-8 feet thick granite walls on either side, reinforcing the image of water and retaining walls theatrically. In the nighttime, floodlights built into the outdoor platform will bounce off steel on the ceiling of the entrance, and give the patron the feeling the space is opening up in a modern way, while still preserving the aged quality of the supporting walls.
Some spaces, such as the 'Legend-Rooms', are theatrically dimmed, whereas the 'Collection-Rooms' are bathed in the glare of full daylight.
NPG, which was formed at the 1995 ITI World Congress to develop and carry out multinational creative projects, has invited eight countries--Belgium, Cameroon, Croatia, Germany, Japan, the Philippines, Switzerland and the United States--to theatrically approach Jorge Luis Borges's "The Circular Ruins." The resulting short pieces will be woven together immediately preceding the ITI World Congress into a diverse, globally resonant performance event.
While Burnt Black Flag and Burnt White Flag, for example, were successful in pitting theatrically heraldic form against ambiguous (cynical?
##### Beverly Knight strutted on stage in a tart an miniskirt and theatrically performed songs from her four albums including latest release Affirmation.
"And now," he asked theatrically, "what are you going to do with all this money?."
However, as Seth Feldman suggests in Allan King: Filmmaker, Warrendale quickly became a cause celebre when it was released theatrically in 1967, not because King was voyeuristically exploiting his subject but because he was rendering it with such a rare combination of sensitivity and intelligence, quiet intimacy and bold aesthetic innovation.
The Australia international appeared to go down theatrically just inside the box after 77 minutes.