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I had seen his two shows now in West End theaters, “The Phantom of the Opera” and the just-opened “Cinderella,” both full of stagecraft and splendor.
ANOTHER LONDON MUST-SEE: SELFRIDGES, THE ICONIC LUXURY DEPARTMENT STORENANCY NATHANSEPTEMBER 30, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The stagecraft and premise for the NBC segment signaled that the US economy is moving again and optimistically getting on the fast track to recovering from the hard losses of the pandemic.
PERMANENT BETAANNE QUITOMAY 5, 2021QUARTZ
He and I had many delightful talks, and I wish now that I had made notes of the things he told me about stagecraft.
MEMOIRS OF AN AMERICAN PRIMA DONNACLARA LOUISE KELLOGG
It is the motto of this movement to effect a transvaluation of sthetic values in style and stagecraft.
MODERNITIESHORACE BARNETT SAMUEL
Max Reinhardt, maker of stagecraft and contriver of "atmosphere," has caught the exact shades.
IVORY APES AND PEACOCKSJAMES HUNEKER
It has witnessed fascinating experiments in stagecraft, some of which have assuredly succeeded.
G. K. CHESTERTON, A CRITICAL STUDYJULIUS WEST
Although he was versed in the technicalities of stagecraft, he occasionally disregarded its elementary conditions.
A LIFE OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARESIDNEY LEE
He learned much of his stagecraft from Eugne Scribe, who was the artistic parent of Sardou.
ICONOCLASTSJAMES HUNEKER
After all, getting an elephant into a play is merely a question of stagecraft.
IF I MAYA. A. MILNE
With his help I had studied stagecraft by attending rehearsals, the best possible school for a would-be dramatist.
THE JERVAISE COMEDYJ. D. BERESFORD
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO STAGECRAFT

  • acting
  • exhibitionism
  • histrionics
  • stagecraft
  • staginess
  • theatricality
  • theatrics
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