剧场的, 夸张的, 戏剧性的
adj.suited to or characteristic of the stage or theater
○ a theatrical pose
○ one of the most theatrical figures in public life
adj.of or relating to the theater
An elaborate theatrical revue consisting of music,dance,and skits.
Daly:American playwright and theatrical manager best known for melodramas such as Under the Gaslight (1867).
By 2001, there were altogether 89 theatrical troupes, 107 ART research and creation units and an abundance of ART schools
Coming from a theatrical family,I was destined for a career on the stage,ie I was expected to BE an actor.
Certain Americanisms of the theatrical world have been accepted into the language of British politics
British theatrical producer,director,and designer whose innovative productions and simplified stage designs influenced modern theater.
Coming from a theatrical family, I was destined FOR a career on the stage, ie I was expected to be an actor
She HAS heard tell of her mother's theatrical glories, which she longs to emulate
Even now I often attend theatrIcal performances of all sorts, but the actIon of the play must be spelled Into my hand by a companIon
Wang Jian, who wrote the script, is a veteran playwright of the Theatrical Troupe of the Air Force Political Department.