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Mrs. Fong's gradual acceptance of the Resistance members living in her home provides a fine example of Hui's refined dramaturgy.
Problematic as is the dramaturgy, the period piece contains enough choice solos, duets and ensembles to warrant an occasional revival by college and conservatory opera departments.
Gavin Witt [associate director/director of dramaturgy at Center Stage] started asking me about my writing, not my acting.
It was developed and had its premiere at the Eureka Theater in California under the dramaturgy of Oskar Eustis, now artistic director of the Public Theater, and went on to Broadway via Los Angeles.
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Origin and Etymology of dramaturgy
German Dramaturgie, from Greek dramatourgia dramatic composition, from dramat-, drama + -ourgia -urgy
First Known Use: 1801See Words from the same year
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