[ US /θiˈætɹɪkəɫ/ ]
[ UK /θiːˈætɹɪkə‍l/ ]
  1. a performance of a play
  1. suited to or characteristic of the stage or theater
    one of the most theatrical figures in public life
    a theatrical pose
    a theatrical pose
  2. of or relating to the theater
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How To Use theatrical In A Sentence

  • It is the first major film the Star Wars actor, from Crieff, has made in the town where he got his first theatrical break.
  • The dramatic spirit of the Italian race seems to communicate itself to the puppets, and they perform their parts with a fidelity to theatrical unnaturalness which is wonderful. Venetian Life
  • Traditional bridal wear combines with theatrical costume and effects to create an entertaining and thought-provoking visual statement.
  • It seems that creator Bruno Heller is interested in revisiting the series as a theatrical film. HBO’s Rome to be Resurrected As A Film? | /Film
  • When she wasn't humming she spoke in "theatrical tongue" using many made-up words as we laughed and we purged. La question mille francs - French Word-A-Day
  • You lot do know that one of the key scenes was cut from the theatrical release, right?
  • His wayward behaviour became part of theatrical lore. Times, Sunday Times
  • We have relearnt the old tricks of theatrical intimacy. Times, Sunday Times
  • She is now majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Theatrical Costume Design and aced her first year. What do we teach our kids? | Johnny B. Truant
  • Finally there are two theatrical trailers for the film, a few previews for other Fox releases, and some DVD-ROM content.
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