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Virginia colleges and universities also keep the theater alive by sponsoring dramatics classes, workshops and plays.
HALLOWED HERITAGE: THE LIFE OF VIRGINIADOROTHY M. TORPEY
No public scandal—no dramatics, my friend, or as sure as you are sitting here you will have to answer to me.
THE WASTED GENERATIONOWEN JOHNSON
"I don't want to play up anything now that will sound like dramatics," the lawyer went on in a soothing voice.
THE REST HOLLOW MYSTERYREBECCA N. PORTER
In her chance to make good in high school dramatics she had clumsily backed into the stand and upset it, breaking the vase.
HELEN IN THE EDITOR'S CHAIRRUTHE S. WHEELER
She was Anne Weeks, a slender, dark-haired girl of 25 who had attended the state university and majored in dramatics.
HELEN IN THE EDITOR'S CHAIRRUTHE S. WHEELER
If he had a turn for dramatics he had certainly indulged it now, and given himself strong meat for a new Sirvente of Kings.
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF RICHARD YEA-AND-NAYMAURICE HEWLETT
It was unlucky, for his amateur dramatics were to be crowned that evening by a public part on the college stage.
SIGURD OUR GOLDEN COLLIE AND OTHER COMRADES OF THE ROADKATHARINE LEE BATES
I think my major courses will be journalism, and perhaps just a little in the way of dramatics.
JANET HARDY IN RADIO CITYRUTHE S. WHEELER
The kind of dramatics described in this book may be undertaken with success in connection with any Sunday school.
THE DRAMATIZATION OF BIBLE STORIESELIZABETH ERWIN MILLER LOBINGIER
The following list will suggest short plays suitable for informal classroom training in dramatics.
PUBLIC SPEAKINGCLARENCE STRATTON
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WORDS RELATED TO DRAMATICS

  • amphitheaters
  • arenas
  • assembly halls
  • auditoriums
  • barns
  • cinemas
  • coliseums
  • concert halls
  • decks
  • dramas
  • drive-ins
  • footlights
  • halls
  • hippodromes
  • houses
  • locales
  • movie houses
  • movies
  • oaks
  • odeums
  • opera houses
  • playhouses
  • rooms
  • scenes
  • show halls
  • sites
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