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We are confident that the sixth edition of the Festival will further promote Dubai as a centre of theatric excellence, and provide a strong platform for the country's talent to express their creativity." Additionally, the Authority has selected a Play Screening Committee comprising playwrights, actors, directors, and other theatric professionals, to will evaluate the plays with a special emphasis on the quality of the screenplay, based on feedback from the jury of last year's Festival.
Dramatic people realize that the theatric artificiality if employed in a moving picture would offend.
The theatric implementation of deus ex machina imparts Sophocles's primary concern over both the problem about the abuse of rhetoric in the fifthcentury society.
(5) For the transgressive theatrics of Sabbath's Theater, see Peter Scheckner, "Roth's Falstaff: Transgressive Humor in Sabbath's Theater," The Midwest Quarterly 46 (2005): 220-35.
Ammar Houry and Souheil Bouji will deliver a word 19:00 Amshit theatric Artisanat holds a graduation ceremony by presenting a theatric show entitled "Boat with no fisherman" - Deir al Ountosh, Jbeil 19:00 Launching "Beirut Waw" movie by Fady Nasr Eddine in cooperation with the Culture Ministry at centre Sofil 20:30 FPM Engineers Committee holds a Dinner banquet under the patronage of deputy General Michel Aoun, at Imarat Hall - Habtoor Hotel, Sin el Fil
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The Festival will be characterized by the rediscovery of antique cultures through four days of theatric and musical performances that will be presented in unique settings of considerable importance from an historical, artistic and religious point of view: the Manger Square of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem and the Palestinian National Theatre of Jerusalem," a press release said.
A day after the Samajwadi Party ( SP) president blamed the former BJP leader for the party's poor performance in the recent bypolls, particularly the loss of the Firozabad seat, a bitter Kalyan charged Yadav of " betrayal and opportunism", bringing down the curtains on 10 months of very camera- friendly theatric bonhomie.
The political arena is turning out to be more and more a platform for politically inspired theatric performances.
When the noble theme of the finale finally breaks through, it clears the way for the last theatric bars like a thunderstorm at the end of a tense summer's day.
His musical palette is more warmly romantic and not nearly so spare, and he demonstrates comparable skill both in understated simplicity and theatric flamboyance, depending on what a given song and text require.
Embedded in most transcendent events are literary, theatric, and cinematic works that capture the spirit of a period--or the ethos of a people--as much as, or more than, the event itself.