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Dramatics   /drəmˈætɪks/   Listen
Dramatics

noun
1.
Participation in theatrical productions as an extracurricular activity.
2.
The art of writing and producing plays.  Synonyms: dramatic art, dramaturgy, theater, theatre.






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"Dramatics" Quotes from Famous Books



... enough to understand that old rascal's game, whatever it is, and hoot with her when she's done me. And she's given me the tip, with her dramatics up there on the platform, and the way they answered. They're children, and they want to play. She had the cleverness to see it. And they shall play ...
— The Prisoner • Alice Brown



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