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dramaturgically

Definitions

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  • adverb In terms of dramaturgy.

Etymologies

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dramaturgical +‎ -ly

Examples

  • We will be working dramaturgically with all four writers for a year and we're very excited to have the chance to develop their work in the early stages of their careers.

    Women playwrights storm The Bruntwood Playwriting Competition

  • We will be working dramaturgically with all four writers for a year and we're very excited to have the chance to develop their work in the early stages of their careers.

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  • It goes without saying that the role of Edmond Dantes is rather less dramaturgically demanding, but Mr. Chambers carried himself as though he were Hamlet, and no sooner did he extract himself from the Chateau d'If than I found myself swept up in his improbable quest for justice.

    Down for 'The Count' and the Bard

  • Some performances are carried off successfully with complete dishonesty, others with complete honesty; but for performances in general neither of these extremes is essential and neither, perhaps, is dramaturgically advisable.

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  • Some performances are carried off successfully with complete dishonesty, others with complete honesty; but for performances in general neither of these extremes is essential and neither, perhaps, is dramaturgically advisable.

    The recommended daily allowance

  • Here are the problems, dramaturgically speaking: 1. No protags.

    What's your

  • Here are the problems, dramaturgically speaking: 1. No protags.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Maidenly fright and consternation cannot account rationally for such behavior; one sees that she holds her tongue because to set it in motion would be dramaturgically disastrous.

    The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller

  • Maidenly fright and consternation cannot account rationally for such behavior; one sees that she holds her tongue because to set it in motion would be dramaturgically disastrous.

    The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller

  • "It made little sense dramaturgically," said Carla Steen, who is the dramaturg for the Guthrie Theater's production of "Cat" that opens today.

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