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Words related to showmanship

the ability to present something (especially theatrical shows) in an attractive manner

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Klatt, owner of Owatonna-based John Klatt Airshows, earned the Art Scholl Memorial Showmanship Award, which recognizes his commitment to the ideals of air show entertainment.
The showmanship competition, part of the event's International Dairy Youth Championships, was judged by Swiss judge Monique Rey, who said: "This was the first time I've judged in the UK and I was very impressed.
Forty-two teams will be taking part in the competition with points being awarded for speed, creativity and showmanship.
00 Andr Rieu & The Johann Strauss Orchestra Departs 16 December 2012 See Andr Rieu in a spectacular concert at London's famously iconic O2 Arena, as the Dutch maestro, his orchestra and singers present an unforgettable night of musical magic and showmanship.
The 21-year-old, who owns her own herd under the Tristar prefix, had also won the Senior Showmanship title earlier in the day.
Well, that in matters of showmanship, PT Barnum was nearly always right.
In the news release, Sealyham Terrier 'Charmin' Crowned at Seventh Annual AKC/Eukanuba National Championship, issued earlier today by American Kennel Club over PR Newswire, we are advised by the organization that under the Junior Showmanship section, CT Giese was the winner and Collen Stone was a preliminary winner.
The Suffolk cross lamb shown by Sarah Coon, 16, of Junction City won the showmanship competition Friday at the 4-H Youth Fair at Lane Events Center in Eugene.
The guild's Wednesday luncheon at the Beverly Hilton, which recognizes excellence in film and TV showmanship and publicity, brought back memories for presenter Will Ferrell.
Each band was judged on song-writing, lyrics, live performances, originality and showmanship.
But Astaire structures it with such impeccable musicality--sometimes working against the rhythm and creating percussive countercurrents with his footwork--and performs with such low-key showmanship that he is utterly persuasive.
No, it's all nice embroidered jackets, ripe strawberries and modest showmanship.
To generate attention--a tough challenge considering the lofty competition from other landlords--he has developed an unmistakable flair for showmanship.
Their showmanship proves all the gigging is paying off, particularly Adele and Scott's flirty interplay.