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adapt for the stage

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  • adapt for the stage
  • turn into a play
  • present as a play
  • put into dramatic form

exaggerate

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to produce on the stage

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Realistic cases dramatize two levels of business disaster.
Why is the study limited to tragedies of revenge and love when Shakespearean problem comedies and romances, and seventeenth-century history plays influenced by the Book of Martyrs dramatize issues related to martyrology, idolatry, iconoclasm, illusion, artifice, and conscience?
Baldwin dramatizes this shift in orientation iconographically by displacing the autonomous, middle-class, white-male body with the erotic, feminized, black-male body.
The campaign dramatizes the combination of two breakthroughs - 5 blade Shaving Surface(TM) technology on the front of the cartridge and a Precision Trimmer blade on the back - that have been incorporated into the new shaving systems.
But another of LeWitt's apothegms, "Any idea that is better stated in two dimensions should not be in three dimensions," does not apply to Mancuska's artwork and suggests a measure of his achievement: The sculptural presence of True Story dramatizes the oft-overlooked physical aspect of the activity of reading and stages a memorable confrontation between the two-dimensionality of words and the three-dimensionality of lived experience.
Draper again dramatizes the risks so many urban YAs face in the already difficult coming-of-age process.
Bearing the distinct stamp of the late humorist and New Yorker writer, ``A Thurber Carnival'' - which plays the El Portal's Circle Theater - dramatizes a handful of James Thurber's short stories.
In short, "Odyssey" dramatizes the perpetually temporal, the entirely subjective moment which is at once excruciatingly private yet self-consciously public and representative, both in process and aspiration.
Contemporary prose romance in particular dramatizes the paradoxical coexistence of coercion and consent that is at the heart of theories of contractual obligation.
Jack's case dramatizes what's wrong with the HMO system," says Arnold Levinson, partner at Pillsbury & Levinson (www.
Unlike Early One Morning's self-containment and synthesis, 1815/1962 dramatizes the incomplete status of its disparate elements.
Last year, 7,000 people came to see the Christmas play, which dramatizes seven scenes from Christ's life from the Annunciation to his death and resurrection.
As both point of departure and convergence, La segunda esposa y triunfar muriendo (The Second Wife and To Triumph Dying) - an auto which dramatizes Philip IV's impending marriage to his thirty years younger niece, via an "allegory of matrimony and [Spanish] revival" (128) - not only yields a persuasive first chapter on post-Machiavelli history and King-as-Christ allegories, but also provides the remaining chapters with three sites of inquiry about the Hapsburg monarchy: law; institutions (the councils and the royal favorite's valimiento, chapter 3 offering outstanding insights on its evolution); key public events (8, 11).
He then extends this figure by observing that science fiction "dramatizes notions of critical theory in much the same way that it dramatizes notions of hard or soft science" (71) and further amplifies the discussion by recontextualing SF in relation to literature:
The transition from CASE tools to analysis, modeling, and design (AMD) tools software represents a market maturity that dramatizes the shift to having tools that are more useful and speed software development in many cases.