stageable


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stageable

(ˈsteɪdʒəbəl)
adj
(Theatre) (of a play, musical, etc) capable of or suitable for being staged
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The innate dramatic charge of his dialogue means his work is eminently stageable.
Patricia Rigg has divided Webster's dramatic output into two distinct phases: her earlier, less stageable plays (The Auspicious Day and Disguises) and her later, more stage-conscious plays (In a Day and The Sentence) (Rigg, "Present," p.
In some cases at least, stage directions can certainly give us information about the possibilities and restrictions of early modern performance spaces; but more often they are incomplete, contradictory, inadequate, unclear, and possibly also idealized and not stageable.
The effort is commendable, but the resulting language is often flat and not stageable in a convincing, compelling way.
6) There is therefore space, especially in English-speaking criticism of Pasolini, for a reading of these works that respects their status as stageable texts and asks whether this gives them unique qualities among Pasolini's works and within the broader cultural context of late twentieth-century Italy.