Of or relating to the art of dramatic composition for the stage.(adjective)
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Use "dramaturgic" in a sentence
"Moro stages a sort of dramaturgic coup, wresting control of the film from the director for his own purposes—namely, to expose moviegoing for what it really is, a socially approved dangerous voyeurism."
"The present prevalence of objection to both is due largely to the strong influence of Ibsen's rigid dramaturgic structure."
"A striking illustration of the same dramaturgic principle was shown in Mrs. Fiske's admirable performance of this play."