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  • noun Alternative spelling of dramaturge.

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Examples

  • The dramaturg is a combination research scientist/therapist/spirit guide through the many drafts and revisions that it takes to ready a play for production.

    Tracy Shaffer: So What's a Dramaturg?

  • The dramaturg is a combination research scientist/therapist/spirit guide through the many drafts and revisions that it takes to ready a play for production.

    Tracy Shaffer: So What's a Dramaturg?

  • That's just one apocryphal Bergman factoid (Webster's dates "dramaturg" back to 1870) that theater producer Andrew Higgie has collected over the half dozen years it has taken him to get the filmmaker's "Through a Glass Darkly" screenplay up and running as a stage play at London's

    Variety.com

  • Who knew that the word "dramaturg" came from Ingmar Bergman and his dramaturg, Ulla

    Variety.com

  • Terry L. Galloway is a deaf writer (poetry, essays, memoir, and plays), director, dramaturg, and performance artist who has an international reputation for scandalous humor combined with incisive insight.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • As the company's dramaturg, Scott who had a great deal of influence on casting decisions confessed that listening to a steady stream of singers tended to reveal one flaw after another.

    George Heymont: The Successful Monologist: Nature Versus Nurture?

  • With A Single Woman (the first name of my Jeannette Rankin play) I started with her speeches and then worked my way into her personal life with the help of a dramaturg (the great Rick Foster).

    Dylan Brody: Jeanmarie Simpson -- Artivist in the Modern Landscape (Part 2)

  • As the company's dramaturg, Scott who had a great deal of influence on casting decisions confessed that listening to a steady stream of singers tended to reveal one flaw after another.

    George Heymont: The Successful Monologist: Nature Versus Nurture?

  • With A Single Woman (the first name of my Jeannette Rankin play) I started with her speeches and then worked my way into her personal life with the help of a dramaturg (the great Rick Foster).

    Dylan Brody: Jeanmarie Simpson -- Artivist in the Modern Landscape (Part 2)

  • Terry L. Galloway is a deaf writer (poetry, essays, memoir, and plays), director, dramaturg, and performance artist who has an international reputation for scandalous humor combined with incisive insight.

    Women Among Us: Terry Galloway

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  • I always read this as dramaturd.

    December 9, 2006

  • lol you said turd!!!! Now I will say it as dramaturd as well.

    December 9, 2006