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the fall of the scandal-ridden government seemed operatic in its scope and consequences
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His quasi-operatic approach to the last measures was as stunning as ever, conceived on a grand scale and propelled by more breath than most pairs of lungs could carry.
With Capaldi, the oldest actor to play the part in several decades, occupying the TARDIS, the program has been thankfully free of soap-operatic elements.
In her operatic career, Venus has won on the grandest stages.
But unlike his close friend and colleague Frank Sinatra, Bennett in his youth never was a purveyor of a silken sound, instead offering a sinewy tone and quasi-operatic delivery.
The performance will include favorite operatic and musical theatre hits from Les Miserables, West Side Story, Carmen and more.
Each 40-minute concert will include select art song and operatic repertoire inspired by characters from Cincinnati Opera's 2017 Summer Festival.
My love of the character is very much rooted in the more soap operatic interpretations of the source material, that Sam Raimi also seems to love, but there’s no way not to embrace Tom Holland’s fresh take.
Legendary operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti famously sang to a tape at his concert in Modena, Italy, causing outrage among the audience—and the BBC, which had bought the rights to the concert and demanded some of its money back.
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Synonymshistrionic, melodramatic, dramatic, stagy (or stagey), theatrical (also theatric)
Related Wordsaffected, emotional, emotionalistic, sensational; actorish, actorly, actressy, dramaturgic (or dramaturgical), ham, hammy; amazing, astonishing, astounding, awesome, exciting, eye-opening, fabulous, marvelous (or marvellous), spectacular, surprising, wonderful, wondrous; overdramatic
Near Antonymsmatter-of-fact, monotonous, uneventful, unexciting; uninspiring, unnewsworthy, unrewarding, unsensational, unspectacular; common, commonplace, ordinary, stale, unexceptional
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