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It would be misleading if the impression were to be given that once he saw how necessary to his art was a concentration on stage imagery and theatricalism Kilroy had solved his main problem as dramatist and could blithely proceed to a succession of plays for the Abbey and elsewhere.
Here, too, the theatricalism of his style and the lore of the city were distilled in photographs that were all bourbon and no water.
A mockery of much that is called Christian ministry is being made by the "unholy trinity" of professionalism, consumerism and theatricalism.