Theatrical

  • (adj): Suited to or characteristic of the stage or theater.
    Example: "A theatrical pose"; "one of the most theatrical figures in public life"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on theatrical:

Stephen T. Cobb - Release and Reviews
... By the end of 2007 the film had been signed for non-theatrical release by THINKFilm and in April 2008 the film began its theatrical release in Los Angeles with Hollywood-based ... When Dare Not Walk Alone made its theatrical debut in Los Angeles, Sara Schieron of Boxoffice Magazine declared it "has the potential to do real good in the world" and Eric Monder of Film Journal ...
List Of Films Released By Miramax Films - 1996
... (distributor) Rumble In The Bronx (Non U.S theatrical Worldwide) Supercop (U.S theatrical) Crime Story (film) (U.S Theatrical) 1996 (C) Paragon Films Ltd ...
Lemos Theater - The Founding of Thiasos Lemos
... and Mary Giatra Lemou founded the Lemos Theatrical Company ... the Middle East when he was in exile and was unable to have a theatrical company that has his own name, the theatrical company was actually known as Mairi ...

More definitions of "theatrical":

  • (adj): Of or relating to the theater.

Famous quotes containing the word theatrical:

    January, month of empty pockets!... Let us endure this evil month, anxious as a theatrical producer’s forehead.
    Colette [Sidonie Gabrielle Colette] (1873–1954)

    A Carpaccio in Venice, la Berma in Phèdre, masterpieces of visual or theatrical art that the prestige surrounding them made so alive, that is so invisible, that, if I were to see a Carpaccio in a gallery of the Louvre or la Berma in some play of which I had never heard, I would not have felt the same delicious surprise at finally setting eyes on the unique and inconceivable object of so many thousands of my dreams.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    In short, the building becomes a theatrical demonstration of its functional ideal. In this romanticism, High-Tech architecture is, of course, no different in spirit—if totally different in form—from all the romantic architecture of the past.
    Dan Cruickshank (b. 1949)