Part of speech:
A form of dance as a performing art, variously developed in the 20th cent. by Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis, Martha Graham, etc., and characterized by bodily movements and rhythms less formalized than in classical ballet and less firmly bound to predetermined musical form
Rhythmic movement of the body and feet, ordinarily to music
A principal woman dancer in a ballet company.
A person enthusiastic about the ballet
The art or profession of writing, acting in, or producing plays
A play, dance, or other theatrical performance characterized by such wordless storytelling.
a theatrical representation of a story that is performed to music by trained dancers
A comic sketch, often a burlesque, between the acts of a masque
(Slang) Something highly entertaining or remarkable.
A theatrical production that has many of the musical elements of opera but is lighter and more popular in subject and style and contains spoken dialogue.
A short play.
A dramatization in which this technique is employed.
A psychotherapeutic technique that utilizes dramatization and role-playing to identify and remedy intergroup problems and conflicts.
A play or screenplay written for, or produced on, television
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