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Instead of affording venues for making and performing new worlds and identities (Gibson-Graham, 2008), these theatric performances keep legal, administrative, and military apparatuses operative in a manner seemingly peculiar to liberal-democratic states (Yiftachel, 1998).
45) These temptations Becket easily dismisses, which may make them seem a mere theatric trick to set up the Fourth Tempter, who provides the only gripping occasion of psychological complexity in part I.
In a theatric move, they laid all their guns on the ground that day, signaling their compliance with the students' demands.
Rallies, seminars, debates, folk music programmes, drama and theatric performances, tableaux and literary sittings were also held to highlight Sindhi culture, history and heritage at the events.
The launch of the event featured a unique theatric animation of the living spaces in which models acted out scenarios in a dramatic manner.
Executive producer Pocholo Mallilin informs that after receiving two awards for artistic excellence, Club Mwah will receive another distinction from the prestigious Asia Pacific Awards Council as The Most Outstanding Entertainment Theatric Club in Asia for 2014.
37) We are tempted to align this thought, which in essence returns us to the profound question of methexis and the chorismos (the theatric participation, and the hierarchic divide) that haunts the Platonic field, to Heidegger's ontological difference: Being is not being(s); it is Being that withdraws and refuses representation, which differentiates itself from beings and will not be named.
Manalansan writes in his study on gay Filipino men in diaspora, the idioms, strategies, and aesthetics that shape the queer theatric are also the "dramaturgy" of the queer everyday.
The 144 pages of text are used to their fullest and do not inflate any use of academic or theatric jargon.
Held under the patronage of Shaikh Majid Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the seventh edition of the festival will once again bring to the fore both the city's established and emerging theatric talent as well as talent from the other emirates.
On October 1, 2012, the curtains will once again rise on the sixth edition of the Dubai Festival for Youth Theatre, a one-of-its-kind initiative aimed at recognising and cultivating Emirati and UAE-based theatric talent.
Zenobia, in her theatric splendor, becomes the novel's model for true, heartfelt sympathy.