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Wit, indeed, with the other gifts that make good company, has largely gone with theatrical talents, too often little to the benefit of the gifted persons.
Contact with the stage, almost throughout its history, presents itself as a kind of touchstone, to bring out the bizarrerie, the theatrical tricks and contrasts, of the actual world.
I am no scavenger of odds and ends," he went on, with infinite contempt in his lower lip, "I am a theatrical reporter; and this evening I shall have to give a little account of the play at the Scala.
The preacher already sat in the pulpit, which was raised on pillars, and ornamented behind him with painted drapery of a lively and somewhat theatrical appearance.
The small servant, who was not so well acquainted with theatrical conventionalities as Mr Swiveller (having indeed never seen a play, or heard one spoken of, except by chance through chinks of doors and in other forbidden places), was rather alarmed by demonstrations so novel in their nature, and showed her concern so plainly in her looks, that Mr Swiveller felt it necessary to discharge his brigand manner for one more suitable to private life, as he asked,
I have not seen him since we acted together at the Rumyantsovs' theatricals.
He sang funny songs to them and told funny stories, did conjuring tricks and got up theatricals, shared their fun and comforted their sorrows.
He many times took part in private theatricals, one of his favorite parts, you will like to know, being Captain Bobadil, in Jonson's Every Man in his Humor.
Janice O'Bryan, who was previously Vice President, Theatrical Client Services, has been appointed to the role of Senior Vice President, Theatrical North America.
Abdullah Mahraji, while talking to Arab News about the drama activities in the university in line with women's theatrical shows which were recently held in a number of cities in the Kingdom.
The Palestinian international television channels Palestine and Al Aqsa have been airing a series of theatrical productions critical of each other, according to the pan-Arab daily ASHARQ AL AWSAT on Wednesday.
Due to the infirmities of old age and coupled with declining fertility, the proper thing to do is to retire Theatrical from stud duty," said Sikura in a press release.