dramatic production

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Noun1.dramatic production - the act of performing a drama; "the group joined together in a dramatic production"
performance - the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment; "we congratulated him on his performance at the rehearsal"; "an inspired performance of Mozart's C minor concerto"
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The contest Countering Violent Extremism Dramatic Production was supported by the United States Department of State.
The workshops aim to develop the participants' abilities to express the content of plays and capture the personalities of theatrical characters -- an essential part of any dramatic production.
We appreciate Pia's 'MMK' episode's teaching and inspiring point-but, as a dramatic production, it was generally limited by 'motherhood' statements that made it pat and predictable.
English Youth Ballet: Giselle Tyne Theatre English Youth Ballet presents an appealing and dramatic production of Giselle, set on an English country estate with an 'upstairs downstairs flavour', about a young girl who is betrayed by the Prince Albert who is also engaged to Lady Bathilde.
com)-- "Of all my professional and personal accomplishments," says playwright Tonia Nia Blu Williams, "this work of dramatic production is the one I am most proud of.
Intrepid also earned dramatic production and ensemble awards for All My Sons.
While OPEC countries make up only four of the 17 countries that have seen the most dramatic production declines, they represent over 30% of the overall production fall.
It is likely that 2014 will bring high single to double-digit levels of growth in the commercial aerospace sub-sector, as experienced in 2012 and expected in 2013, given the dramatic production forecasts of the aircraft manufacturers," says the study by Deloitte.
The dramatic production tells the deeply touching real story of Maria, a young governess, and the von Trapp family as they fought Nazi encroachment of their beloved country, Austria, in the lead up to World War II.
uk Carmen, in-the-round at the Royal Albert Hall, London (February 21-March 3): Bizet's classic tale of doomed romance between beautiful gypsy Carmen and bullfighter Escamillo is brought to life with this dramatic production, staged in-the-round at the Royal Albert Hall.
Imoinda is the name of a fictional character who appears as an African woman in a novella by Aphra Behn and as a white woman in Thomas Southerne's dramatic production Oroonoko, both produced in 1707.
Blackstone, a tale of politics and power from the Aboriginal perspective, earned Prairie Dog Film and Television Rosie awards for Best Dramatic Production under 60 minutes, Best Production Reflecting Cultural Diversity, Best Screenwriter for Drama over 30 minutes, Best Alberta Actress and Best Director for a Drama over 30 minutes.