Translation of theatrical in Spanish:

theatrical

teatral, adj.

Pronunciation: /θɪˈatrɪk(ə)l//θiˈætrək(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    (circles/event/debut) teatral
    have you any theatrical experience? ¿tiene experiencia teatral?
    • I'm sure that he has appeared in many fine theatrical productions during his long career as actor.
    • One of the greatest theatrical comebacks ever is about to be staged in the East End.
    • Schlusser has chosen a deliberately anarchic style for the story, subverting theatrical convention for effect.
    • He pulled and pushed at the social and theatrical conventions of his day and constantly experimented with new dramatic form and technique.
    • This was Siobhan's first major role in a theatrical production.
    • The company had an imaginative director and two budding theatrical costumiers who saved the day.
    • It by no means has the same effect eighty years later but the entertaining allegory remains a stimulating theatrical event.
    • Powell's dramatic presence is obvious and his theatrical contribution assisted greatly in telling the story.
    • To some, he is a theatrical god, to others, an egotistical showman.
    • The long silences really worked in a theatrical space.
    • Mercer's dialogue required highly accomplished actors with years of theatrical experience.
    • He has recently performed in successful theatrical productions of Beau Brummel and Sleuth in the West End.
    • Fair enough, he criticises the theatrical performance, the acting, the drama, the setting.
    • This is the theatrical equivalent of the whodunnit you buy at the airport as you go on holiday.
    • The appeal of The Producers as a musical was its wicked wish to mock the whole pantomime of theatrical production and all who play in it.
    • His stepfather, Ludwig Geyer, was an actor who roped the whole family into theatrical productions.
    • In the 20 or 25 years of his theatrical career, Shakespeare produced 37 plays.
    • Much as I admire the new theatrical economy, I also feel a lot of American drama suffers from a telescoped urgency.
    • The basic conditions of theatrical performance force actors to use words and signs that the audience can understand.
    • Yes, Baltinglass Amateur Dramatics are back with a theatrical treat for us.
    • In a play packed with theatrical metaphors, he suggests even dictators are actors.
    • In the end the play seems less a debate about modern art than a clever theatrical con trick in which we, like Adam, emerge decisively duped.
  • 2

    (exaggerated)
    (gesture/manner/person) teatral
    (manner/gesture/person) histriónico
    don't be so theatrical about it no hagas tanto teatro
    • He opted for a strong theatrical style, exaggerating every tone and gesture and playing with great energy and ebullience.
    • Audience members left in a manner more theatrical than anything they had been watching.
    • Perhaps the music is theatrical and dramatic, and that is what it's all about.
    • I wanted to have a show where I can dance and be more dramatic, theatrical.
    • Frequently theatrical and melodramatic, it captured the tensions of wartime Britain, thriving in enforced isolation.
    • It's an undeniably theatrical production, as flamboyant as a Broadway musical.
    • ‘Behold the wrath of a woman wronged!’ he stated in a theatrical manner, arms extended in front of him and palms upturned and pointing towards me.
    • Jackson shrugs his shoulders and waves his fingers in the air in a wild, gesticulating, heavily theatrical manner.
    • Her interpretations are dramatic, even theatrical, but never ‘over the top’.
    • Try the theatrical manner in which the player fell to the ground clutching his face after an elbow had brushed his cheek.
    • Illuminated by a giant spotlight, Leon made a theatrical entrance to dramatic music.
    • He begins by telling me, in his theatrical manner, what attracted him to Sutton in the first place.