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Definition of "dramaturgic" [dram•a•tur•gic]

  • 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."