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  • n. Plural form of Thespian.


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  • In what sounds like a real-life Glee, the Showtime special Thespians 7:30/6:30c follows four amateur troupes on their way to the world's largest high-school theater competition.

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  • Thespians and Trekkies who missed the event need not despair: Arbogast announced that Washington Shakespeare's Bard-in-Klingon gamble will likely be featured in an upcoming BBC documentary on language.

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  • The Thespians will also be learning how to tie perfect knots, sew last-minute buttons on costumes, paint sets, harmonize early in the morning, hang heavy lights and simply act like they're succeeding in life without really trying ... and they probably will.

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  • Today there was a table full of people Fern had never met before, a theater group called the Traveling Thespians.


  • The founder of the Traveling Thespians, a man in his late fifties named Devon, called Fern over.


  • Privately they referred to the Traveling Thespians as the Traveling Hobos.


  • “I am so pleased you joined the Traveling Thespians tonight . . .”


  • Floyd agreed to join the Traveling Thespians on their summer tour, but he made it clear he had no desire to live in a group situation, mansion or no mansion.


  • The bravery and capability of the Thespians is in particular recounted, and even the Persians are humanised.

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  • Purists should remember that when they see elephants and a rhinoceros or scant mention of the role of those wonderful Thespians who died in greater numbers than the Spartans at

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