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Thespian

of or relating to drama and the theatre; dramatic
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The free event mirrors the popular television show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" with games performed by the RLC Thespians, as well as audience members.
Anyone interested in joining the Thespians cast should contact Alistair Cheetham at casting@huddersfieldthespians.co.uk
Every year, the thespians produce two plays in the fall and spring.
In A Chorus of Disapproval, which premiered in Scarborough in 1984 and subsequently transferred to the National Theatre, he mirrors Gay's story of the dashing highwayman Macheath with the amateur thespians and their own romantic entanglements.
Rokem's definition of performance is quite simply "scripted embodiment." This is a wonderfully economical way to capture the idea of theatrical performing, or the existential condition of the thespian. If it is scripted--written--then the action embodied is secondary, derivative, meretricious, an imitation of an imitation of an imitation.
Freddie Rokem's book Philosophers and Thespians (P&T in short) breaks with the scientifically oriented study of theater and--more generally--of human action originated with Aristotle.
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.
London, Jan 20 (ANI): Scottish actor James McAvoy has slammed fellow fame-seeking thespians, insisting that stars who court fame are "not actors to me".
The brutal battle sequences are second to none and the cast includes an unbelievable line-up of acclaimed thespians, such as Patrick McGoohan, Ian Bannen, Brendan Gleeson, Catherine McCormack, Brian Cox and Sophie Marceau.
Budding thespians from North East Worcestershire (NEW) College put on shows, including their hard-hitting binge drinking drama Had Enough?
Thespians are to help recruit more people into childcare ( oh yes they are!