dramatic production

NOUN
  1. the act of performing a drama
    the group joined together in a dramatic production
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How To Use dramatic production In A Sentence

  • Introductions (attributed to Aristophanes) to some plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides, based on the Didascaliae (lists of dramatic productions) of Aristotle and on Peripatetic research, are extant in an abbreviated form.
  • She has written music for many classical dramatic productions and television specials.
  • The Black Hills Playhouse presents musical, comedy and dramatic productions throughout the summer.
  • the group joined together in a dramatic production
  • The fragments, produced between 1905 and 1920, include scenes from travelogues and dramatic productions.
  • The Black Hills Playhouse presents musical, comedy and dramatic productions throughout the summer.
  • The settlers' amateur dramatic production inserts the relationship between the Irish and the Norwegians into the interstices of this Irish-Afro connection.
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