theatricalized love


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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of theatricalize.


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  • The song cycle -- it's not really a musical -- is a mish-mash of ideas, including video, animated backdrops, straightforward rock songs, theatricalized moments and just about anything else you can imagine, none of it coherent or very interesting.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: Under The Radar and Coil Warm Up January

  • The lack of capitalization and punctuation likewise sets us adrift, implying a landscape of no boundaries: the road to the asylum forks each time I genuflect please the entire morning gone callow with a rationale stop now even the least leaf rustling must be theatricalized please advise

    Poetry: What Does It Accomplish?

  • Mechanical humans, such as the automatic chess player designed in Hapsburg in the 1760s, captivated spectators as much as theatricalized bodies put on display by medicine.

    Feminist Utopianism and Female Sexuality in Joanna Baillie’s Comedies

  • The “non-normal” sciences, in fact, were theatricalized during the period and made the substance of itinerate lecturers, exhibitionists, and “peep” shows.

    Feminist Utopianism and Female Sexuality in Joanna Baillie’s Comedies

  • It soon became apparent that the Grand Piano trio was really working with the native genius of Steve Benson and were abandoning a straight reading for a theatricalized sort of Allan Kaprow piece, with texts from the Grand Piano volumes themselves.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The dark glass that Lucy imagines herself looking into stands as a reflection of her theatricalized perceptions and is a contrast to the clear pool that reflects the moon.

    Smoke and Mirrors: Internalizing the Magic Lantern show in _Vilette_

  • The production then travels to Washington, D.C., and then Princeton, N.J. Ms. Zimmerman's latest adventure in theatricalized mythology is a spectacle called

    An Incomplete Metamorphosis

  • Rogues “what is called September 11 will not have created or revealed this situation, although it will have surely media-theatricalized it” (Rogues, pp. 154-55).

    Jacques Derrida

  • Do we women read this eroticized drama with more alienation (or theatricalized alterity) than men?

    The Know of Not to Know It: My Returns to Reading and Teaching Keats's 'Ode on a Grecian Urn' -

  • In his first film, Roger & Me (1989), Moore invented for himself — and more or less perfected — the genre in which he has continued to work: call it first-person polemic, or expressionist bulletin board, or theatricalized Op-Ed piece.

    Is It All Just a Dream?


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