Definition of Theatricalism

1. Noun. theatrical style or behaviour ¹



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Definition of Theatricalism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theatricalism

theatric
theatrical
theatrical agent
theatrical film
theatrical performance
theatrical poster
theatrical producer
theatrical production
theatrical prop
theatrical role
theatrical season
theatricalise
theatricalised
theatricalises
theatricalising
theatricalism (current term)
theatricalisms
theatricalities
theatricality
theatricalization
theatricalize
theatricalized
theatricalizes
theatricalizing
theatrically
theatricalness
theatricals
theatrick
theatrics
theatrocracy

Literary usage of Theatricalism

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1. Screencraft by Louis Reeves Harrison (1916)
"The one thing to be avoided at every step is theatricalism. By theatricalism is meant staginess and the use of artificial characters and incidents long ..."

2. Screencraft by Louis Reeves Harrison (1916)
"The one thing to be avoided at every step is theatricalism. By theatricalism is meant staginess and the use of artificial characters and incidents long ..."

3. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1919)
"Now it is quite possible to argue that the old theatricalism was always striving to be ... The old theatre of theatricalism had tried to reach a vivid and ..."

4. The American Dramatist by Montrose Jonas Moses (1911)
"They disdain the theatrical, not realizing that consistent theatricalism may ... Charles Klein, for instance, has misused theatricalism, though his plays ..."

5. The American Dramatist by Montrose Jonas Moses (1917)
"They disdain the theatrical, not realizing that consistent theatricalism may ... Charles Klein, for instance, has misused theatricalism, though his plays ..."

6. The American Dramatist by Montrose Jonas Moses (1917)
"They disdain the theatrical, not realizing that consistent theatricalism may ... Charles Klein, for instance, has misused theatricalism, though his plays ..."

7. The Theatre of Tomorrow by Kenneth Macgowan (1921)
"The old theatre of theatricalism had tried to reach a vivid and picturesque reality through certain rule-of-thumb conventions which cabined, cribbed, ..."

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