thespian


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a theatrical performer

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Every year, the thespians produce two plays in the fall and spring.
Hamlet also exemplifies the discursive practice of a philosophizing thespian.
Rokem focuses on philosophers who sought out thespians as their "other" or "missing half"; a parallel history suggested but unwritten in his book would assess how it could ever have been or seemed to be that philosophers wrote as though there were no thespians or thespian issues worth either addressing or acknowledging.
In addition to the merits of the text edition, Hot Thespian Action
Additional awards and Shorecrest thespian results are listed online at http://www.
Johnny admits that he was intimidated to find himself in such lofty thespian company during his time as Krook in the Beeb's Dickens classic.
Smith, having been given access to Lee's personal files by his widow, mores a forgotten thespian from near obscurity to front and center on the American stage.
The 2004 Thespian Festival features more than 50 productions presented by schools from throughout North America and abroad.
He also appeared in The Hanging Gale, a drama about the Irish potato famine, with his three thespian brothers.
Especially up against Harris, who exemplifies stage acting at its detailed and radiant best, Bacall looks more like someone shopping for a handbag at Benders than a legendary thespian.
Multi-year contracts have been renewed with the California State Thespian Festival and the California State Bar Association.
The show features some Thespian regulars such as Rebecca Starrett, Christine Davies, Matthew Fairhead and Laura Womersley, but the society is delighted that the show has also attracted some exciting new talent with Thespian debuts for Thomas Bull, Kyle Gallagher, Rachel Owens and Dominic Vinton, as well as a first speaking part for the society's president, Christine Smith.
Maybe that's also why the South Harmon Institute of Technology - the movie gets a lot of mileage from its acronym - doesn't offer a course titled ``Vince Vaughn: The Lost Years,'' covering Vaughn's wanderings as a dramatic thespian between ``Swingers'' and his ``Old School'' rebirth.
CORRECTION (ran 2/12/02): Arun Storrs, a student at South Eugene High School, qualified for the State Acting Competition at the recent Oregon Thespian Southern Regional Acting Competition held in Corvallis.
Since the film revolves around Venus in Furs, a band that radiates Bowie's thespian excess, both actors and rockers supply the characters' singing voices.