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a theatrical performer

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The Thespians, one of the oldest amateur societies in Yorkshire, formed in 1920, opening with their first play, Rudolf Besier's comedy Don, on Wednesday, October 13, the same year at the Temperance Hall in Princess Street.
We also award thespians with recognitions and the official induction to the Thespian Society.
Rokem reflects upon how philosophers adopted thespian ways of expression and conversely, how thespians engaged philosophical style in theatrical activities (2).
Yet he did not argue against them in ways that precluded either his including the arts in his ideal city, albeit under strict conditions of regulation, or, as Rokem stresses much more, his adopting the strategies and devices of the thespians for his own philosophical means and ends.
Huddersfield Thespians are producing a series of no fewer than five acclaimed one-act plays by Bennett under the umbrella title of Offices & Gentlemen.
Just off of their State Festival success, Shorecrest Thespians are busy preparing for their spring production of Mary Poppins.
The young thespians said they loved the funny story of Charlie Bucket, played by 11-year-old Kevin Avalos, who travels to the wonderous chocolate factory with four naughty children.
The fourth in an engaging mystery series featuring Symington "Tuck" Smythe and Will Shakespeare finds the young thespians investigating the murder of a mysterious wealthy Genoan merchant.
State qualifiers, along with students who place in novice categories, also qualify for the International Thespians Individual Events competition held in Lincoln, Neb.
LITTLEROCK - Littlerock High School thespians made a dramatic return from a drama competition held at California State University, Long Beach.
Huddersfield Thespians are tackling the brooding drama, which has moments of dark comedy, at the Lawrence Batley Theatre from Tuesday to Saturday, October 3 to 7.
With Willis browbeating the amateur thespians of a theater troupe based in his own private Idaho home, no one wins in the standoff, really.
Anyone interested in joining the Thespians and/ or auditioning should email casting@huddersfieldthespians.
Guest, of course, made ``Waiting for Guffman'' (just out on DVD, too), a hilarious look at a group of self-deluded small-town thespians and their sincere efforts to put on a show.