Definitions

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  • adjective Capable of being staged, or performed upon the stage.

Etymologies

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stage +‎ -able

Examples

  • Whim for Whim was sent to Richard Brinsley Sheridan, but its theme – political subversion in London, based on real episodes involving the French Queen and the parliamentary opposition – was too close to the bone for it to be stageable in late 1798, and was rejected.

    Maria Edgeworth (1768-1849)

  • I will pay you £100 down on your contracting to supply me within three months with a mechanically possible, i.e., stageable drama dealing with the experiences of St. Augustine after re-visiting England.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton

  • In the company's previous projects, ethnographer/playwright Lynden Harris has utilized an amazing editorial sense and an enviable economy of expression in working different series of personal interviews and writing exercises from various populations into admirably stageable scripts.

    Cary

  • While most pocket tuners simply provide an excuse to make a classic stageable in today's economics, the Pasadena "Camelot" succeeds precisely because the show itself never really has worked in its larger scale.

    Variety.com

  • While most pocket tuners simply provide an excuse to make a classic stageable in today's economics, the Pasadena "Camelot" succeeds precisely because the show itself never really has worked in its larger scale.

    Variety.com

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