nontheatrical

nontheatrical

(ˌnɒnθɪˈætrɪkəl)
adj
1. (Theatre) not relating to the theatre
2. (Film) (of a film) not involving theatrical performance
3. (Film) (of a screening of a film) not for commercial purposes
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5) It is not immediately clear why any of these facts challenge a playhouse's status, but if they do, they could equally well be leveled at the spaces Astington wants to claim as proper playhouses: the Second Blackfriars was small and elite in comparison to the Globe, for example, while outdoor playhouses were often used for nontheatrical events.
However, the analysis in Pedulla's book is centred more on how recent trends in nontheatrical viewing have changed movies as an aesthetic form, rather than the sociocultural situation of the audience.
For example, she owned the rights to more than four-dozen Disney movies, which she planned to screen throughout Iran in nontheatrical venues used primarily for educational films, such as Surgery of Chest Diseases and newsreels of the Potsdam Conference.
pop/rock--songs from top 40 or nontheatrical popular artists.
was made for schools, libraries and businesses, and was partially funded by AT&T, which used it for its traveling multimedia show on communications, says Bosustow, who adds that it was "the best-selling, nontheatrical film for decades.
Despite the controversy surrounding his play, one of Aguirre-Sacasals most recent nontheatrical projects is an official staff writing gig on Archie Comic's zombified new series Afterlife with Archie.
Zimring's study is refreshing in its close attention to these nontheatrical and participatory dances rather than the solos of modern dance and the experiments of the Ballets Russes that have dominated scholarship on dance and modernism.
First, the Film Division of the AJC sought to survey and evaluate existing nontheatrical films dealing with human relations--human rights, the United Nations, personal psychology (often in its connection to prejudice) and, eventually, the emerging State of Israel.
Throughout the course, each student had to write and perform complete scenes about topics such as family dinner, taboo issues, nontheatrical pieces and popular icons.
The company has an output deal with Sony Pictures Classics and releases approximately 50 titles a year theatrically, and additional nontheatrical titles on its DVD label and other platforms.
The prima donna fares somewhat better in Edouard Monnais's Portefeuille de deux camatrices, a novel that maintains class distinctions and the division between the theatrical and nontheatrical worlds while flattering the fantasies of the male spectator.
The overseas nontheatrical market grew in the late 1980s as a result of growth of cable and video, making the home video market a larger source of overseas revenue for Hollywood studios than the overseas theatrical market in the 1990s.