Definition of Theatrical role

1. Noun. An actor's portrayal of someone in a play. "She played the part of Desdemona"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theatrical Role

theatreless
theatremaker
theatremakers
theatres
theatres of war
theatrewide
theatric
theatrical
theatrical agent
theatrical film
theatrical performance
theatrical poster
theatrical producer
theatrical production
theatrical prop
theatrical role (current term)
theatrical season
theatricalise
theatricalised
theatricalises
theatricalising
theatricalism
theatricalisms
theatricalities
theatricality
theatricalization
theatricalize
theatricalized
theatricalizes
theatricalizing

Literary usage of Theatrical role

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Animal Memoirs by Samuel Lockwood (1888)
"Had Dick been man instead of dog his theatrical role would surely have been a pirate, buccaneer, bandit, or some such melodramatic marauding man of blood. ..."

2. Readings in Natural History by Samuel Lockwood (1888)
"Had Dick been man instead of dog his theatrical role would surely have been a pirate, buccaneer, bandit, or some such melodramatic marauding man of blood. ..."

3. A Spanish Grammar, With Exercises by Marathon Montrose Ramsey (1902)
"... los padres. parlor, el salón. parrot, el loro. parsley, el perejil. part, la parte; (theatrical role) el papel; to play a —, *hacer (§ 1096) un papel; ..."

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