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capable of being acted

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of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia) presents new, actable translations of and theatrical commentaries on three comedies by Aristophanes that treat the Peloponnesian War.
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Making sure that poverty or relative poverty, this is a very important term, is addressed here in the kingdom and distribution of wealth is managed in a more actable manner is something that I am very focused on," he said.
By that, I mean ready to go, actable, ready to be made.
17) Its most recent editor deems it 'an actable drama resembling a Roman comedy more than Guarini's original but retaining the essential outlines of character and theme'.
Performability, the "implicit, undefined and undefinable quality of a theatre text" (Bassnett-McGuire 1985: 101), involves the non-verbal, cultural and staging aspects of a drama, that is, the "encoded gestural subtext" (Bassnett 1991: 102), and stems from the requirement that "a play written for a performance must be actable and speakable" (cf Zuber 1980).