His whole delivery is untheatrical
The performance is both self-conscious and social, even theatrical, however untheatrical
its circumstances, illustrating Marvin Carlson's contention that "The difference between doing and performing .
Despite their promise, theater-making games struggle to enskill successfully their users in the experience of theater, and I argue that this is because of an incompatibility between the bodily mechanics of theater-making the games represent and their own game-play mechanics, which call for largely untheatrical
gestures such as pushing buttons, flipping cards, moving counters, and so forth.
36) It is important to stress that Alithea is not an untheatrical
figure in opposition to the "masked" Lady Fidgets and Horners of her world: there is no meaning in the fallen world that is not theatrical.
It had these people wandering around, eating sandwiches and talking like ordinary people in a way that was completely untheatrical
As a matter of fact, many of his plays were written in the Soviet period, but they were "discovered" by the theatres only in 1990s--before, they were largely regarded as technically unstageable and untheatrical
And in a pared-down production that may be a little untheatrical
for some tastes, Jones also obliges by illustrating this moment of illumination with a magnificent scenic coup that allows us to share directly in the joy and fulfillment Nevelson derived from her work.
His songs were curiosities, but even they were stunningly untheatrical
Medium height, grey hair beneath a greyish wig, white shirt and collar, black gown, Caplan is a straightforward, untheatrical
Jefferson had lived a long, untheatrical
life, seemingly little tormented by inner conflicts, and died in bed at the age of 83.
There is sometimes an oddly untheatrical
sense of performance history here, one that seems to treat modern productions as adaptive and Elizabethan productions as somehow less so.
He employs Brechtian alienation devices (house lights up, untheatrical
cast entrances, direct addresses to the audience) in order to implicate and politicise his audience: "the animals there .