Shakespearian

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to William Shakespeare or his works
    Shakespearean plays
NOUN
  1. a Shakespearean scholar
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How To Use Shakespearian In A Sentence

  • The insertion of songs taken from 60s and 70s musical adaptations of the play turns the production into somewhat of a Shakespearian musical-comedy.
  • The rationale for the over-the-top mis-emphasis is clearly that the stage and auditorium are large, needing to be filled, and that the audience is liable to be unversed in Shakespearian language.
  • In the 1900s, Cons began staging Shakespearian scenes during concert interludes.
  • Maturin's version of the Shakespearian romance plot encodes family secrets.
  • The Tempest may be in typically oblique Shakespearian fashion a salute to the groundlings.
  • Shakespearian textual critics are primarily interested in the nature of the lost manuscripts that served as printers' copy for the early quartos and folios.
  • So playing a Shakespearian character isn't too different, he tells Nick Curtis
  • Members of Atkins's audience fainted as a result of his attempt to stage the Shakespearian original as faithfully as possible.
  • As an undergraduate in wartime Oxford he played Angelo in Measure for Measure and in 1951 excited Stratford audiences as Prince Hal and Henry V in the Shakespearian tetralogy.
  • Then, it becomes like a Shakespearian play where the motives of the characters are visible to members of the audience, but the characters themselves remain oblivious to their unconscious motives that propel them along. Douglas LaBier: When Psychotherapists Fail to Help: Here's Why
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