Definition of Theatrical performance
1. Noun. A performance of a play.
Generic synonyms: Performance, Public Presentation
Specialized synonyms: Matinee
Derivative terms: Histrionic, Represent, Represent, Theatrical
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Literary usage of Theatrical performance
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1. Journal by Indiana General Assembly. Senate, Indiana, General Assembly, United States Congress Senate (1873)
"267, requiring license for exhibitions for any menagerie, ventriloquism, concert or theatrical performance, and license to vend spirituous liquors in any ..."
2. A History of the National Capital from Its Foundation Through the Period of by Wilhelmus Bogart Bryan (1914)
"4 As the first theatrical performance in the city of Washington, this event is of interest. It was also given in the month of August, which for the most ..."
3. Through America: Or, Nine Months in the United States by Walter Gore Marshall (1881)
"... Young's Fun Hall—A theatrical performance—Leaving Salt Lake City—Over the Rocky Mountains—A peep into Colorado— A run down to Denver—Cattle in the way—A ..."