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  1. physical theater

    • noun

      a form of theater which emphasizes the use of physical movement, as in dance and mime, for expression.
    • noun

      an entertainment set-up consisting of television and video equipment designed to reproduce at home the experience of being in a cinema; a home cinema.
    • noun

      a simple indoor performance space with plain black walls and a level floor, typically designed to provide flexibility in the configuration of the stage and the audience seating:
    • noun

      a form of theatrical presentation in which the audience is seated in a circle around the stage or on at least three of its sides.
    • noun

      drama using the abandonment of conventional dramatic form to portray the futility of human struggle in a senseless world. Major exponents include Samuel Beckett, Eugène Ionesco, and Harold Pinter.
    • a theater in Southwark, London, erected in 1599, where many of Shakespeare's plays were first publicly performed. The theater's site was rediscovered in 1989 and a reconstruction of the original theater was opened in 1997.
    • noun

      a combination of music and drama in modern form distinct from traditional opera, typically for a small group of performers.
    • adjective

      going frequently to the theatre:
    • a theatre in Southwark, London, erected in 1599, where many of Shakespeare's plays were first publicly performed. The theatre's site was rediscovered in 1989 and a reconstruction of the original theatre was opened in 1997.
    • a theatre in Southwark, London, built in 1587. Many of Shakespeare's plays were performed there, some for the first time. Remains of the theatre, which was demolished c. 1605, were uncovered in 1989.
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