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- n. A person who composes a drama and directs its representation; a playwright.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One versed in dramaturgy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who composes a drama and directs its representation; a playwright.
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During the six years spent in England, he was a dramaturgist at the Royal Court Theatre in London 1958-1959.
Shaw, a highly dexterous dramaturgist, smothers his dramaturgy in a pifflish iconoclasm that is no more than a disguise for Puritanism.
Many a one looking backwards upon some terrible and unexpected tragedy will have noticed with what care the great dramaturgist so wove his play that every little unheeded event in the days before helped directly to create the final catastrophe.
The work of the unrecognized dramaturgist who concealed himself under the pseudonym of Roly-Poly.
In the instincts of a dramaturgist both Vigny and Hugo fell far short of ALEXANDRE DUMAS (1803-70).
The Persecution and Assassination of Reality as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Snatchland Under the Direction of the Marquises d 'Elite, after that nearly-eponymous work by Peter Weiss about the Marquis de Sade's career as a dramaturgist among the crazies.
He was a dramaturgist at the Royal Court Theatre in London 1958-1959.