theatricalizing love

theatricalizing

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. Present participle of theatricalize.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Mr. Gelb should understand this difference between a cheap "theatricalizing" of opera, a fundamental distrust of its ability to achieve its own effects in its own way-Mary Zimmerman's dumbly meta

    Home | The New York Observer

  • W.W. Gibson had already reinforced the "return to actuality" by turning from his first preoccupation with shining knights, faultless queens, ladies in distress and all the paraphernalia of hackneyed mediæval romances, to write about ferrymen, berry-pickers, stone-cutters, farmers, printers, circus-men, carpenters -- dramatizing (though sometimes theatricalizing) the primitive emotions of uncultured and ordinary people in

    Modern British Poetry

  • And though in Livelihood (1917) Gibson seems to be theatricalizing and merely exploiting his working-people, his later lyrics recapture the veracity of such memorable poems as "The Old Man," "The Blind Rower," and "The Machine."

    Biographical Sketches

  • Cirque du Soleil is as its best when it is theatricalizing truth.

    chicagotribune.com -

  • Unluckily for Edelstein, Williams's beloved classic is one of the rare plays that doesn't require any directorial theatricalizing.

    Village Voice - The most recent 10 stories

  • Fully exploiting the Chekhov-derived Russian genius for theatricalizing without waxing stagy,

    GreenCine Daily

  • "Abbie was a great rebel, but there is a danger in theatricalizing history."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Where else do you find a critic writing a line about "round" and "flat" characters that begins with Shakespeare's "self-theatricalizing" creations and ends with Ricky Gervais's "superb pantomimic embarrassments"?

    VQR

  • Mr. Gelb should understand this difference between a cheap “theatricalizing” of opera, a fundamental distrust of its ability to achieve its own effects in its own way — Mary Zimmerman’s dumbly meta La Sonnambula is the most egregious example — and productions that achieve a stunning theatrical effect by respecting the opera and casting it sensibly.

    It's Time We Met, Peter Gelb

  • _Livelihood_ (1917) Gibson seems to be theatricalizing and merely exploiting his working-people, his later lyrics recapture the veracity of such memorable poems as "The Old Man," "The Blind Rower," and "The

    Modern British Poetry

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.