Translation of thespian in Spanish:

thespian

del arte de Talía, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈθɛspɪən//ˈθɛspiən/

adjective

literary, humorous

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    del arte de Talía literary
    dramático
    • It's also a virtuoso display of theatrical pyrotechnics, though acting, in the thespian sense, doesn't get much of a look in.
    • Growing up on the tough Lawrence Weston Estate in Bristol, thespian tendencies were not encouraged.
    • Imperial prosperity produced audiences keen to sample thespian delights and able to afford to.
    • John Gielgud, along with his two contemporaries and friends, Laurence Olivier and Ralph Richardson, dominated the thespian scene for much of the 20th century.
    • For these uniquely thespian presentations they sometimes receive great sums of money.
    • I don't envy anyone that thespian task, but she gets the job done superbly.
    • Massey, who was raised in the old school of thespian behavior, thought that Dean's mood swings and prima donna behavior were unprofessional.
    • They share a flat in Glasgow, while resting from thespian duties that somehow don't materialise.
    • This wasn't the result of some sudden outbreak of thespian talent, but rather part of a science/art crossover project called Genes Talking.
    • Then comes another barrier: that old thespian adage about never working with children or animals.
    • Maya Maron, who plays the daughter who keeps the family from coming apart at the seams, has been singled out as a major new thespian talent in Israel, due to the strength of her performance here.
    • No one in her family had ever displayed thespian leanings before.
    • Ironically, the past few months could bring a fresh appreciation and attention to Kelly's thespian abilities.
    • So, is her daughter showing any early signs of following in her parents' thespian footsteps?
    • This year, she has appeared in a trio of movies and has failed to show any noteworthy thespian skills.
    • I wanted to argue, or display my thespian skill by claiming a dying relative or dire emergency.
    • Actually, they said that it was my thespian talents that made them choose me, and they said that my voice was adequate, but they'd prefer it if I kept improving it.
    • So if you aren't too totally absorbed in thespian pleasures, listening up could deliver you some extremely interesting and quite timely information.
    • His concentration on style, however, leaves us with an emotionally tinny thespian drama.
    • Even so, she suffers simultaneously from that perennial thespian complaint of neuroticism fuelled by depressing self-doubt.
    • CEOs also tend to be rather hard-headed and pragmatic, while creative thespian types are probably a bit more sensitive.

noun

literary, humorous

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    actor masculine
    actriz feminine
    • In the current offering we have Brenda Blethyn as Mrs Warren, heading a cast of truly hard-working thespians.
    • Budding young thespians auditioned in front of actor Neil Morrissey for the chance of a trip of a lifetime to Italy.
    • Four young thespians are celebrating making giant strides in the world of acting after scooping top awards for drama.
    • Experienced British thespians Brian Cox and Penelope Wilton have supporting roles as the matriarch and patriarch of the Hewitt clan.
    • Daryl Hannah plays an earthbound angel, while Anthony Edwards is her erudite cohort and British thespian Robin Sachs is the master angel.
    • It's rousing good fun starring 30 young thespians.
    • Most of Scotland's adult thespians have already auditioned for the show, shortlists have been drawn up, and the starring roles are due to be announced in the next few weeks.
    • Both thespians acquit themselves admirably, but it's how they function within the confines of the story that makes this an intense, fulfilling offering.
    • And you haven't lived until you've heard British thespian Jim Broadbent croon ‘Like a Virgin.’
    • ‘We have art and music shows that would appeal to thespians, artists, children and families alike,’ said Joe Masterson of Hawk's Well Theatre.
    • If you are in the Salt Lake City area, check with these thespians to see where they will be performing next.
    • Aspiring young thespians from Listowel and its hinterland will be treading the boards of St John's Theatre and Arts Centre this Christmas holiday season.
    • Okay, so it's faint praise, but Driver has made the transition from actress to singer far more successfully than most thespians who have tried it.
    • Aspiring thespians can enrol for a series of acting workshops commencing on January 24, at the school of music and performing arts.
    • Unfortunately, if these once mighty thespians can't give the performances of their lives, their future in show business is unimportant.
    • The four leads are not actors that instantly strike me as the master thespians of our age, and yet here they bring unique strengths and gifts to their characters.
    • The budding thespians are currently working on The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare, which they will perform on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
    • Unlike many thespians Leslie has no formal acting training.
    • The scene takes place in the barn, where Ned (played by David Marr) reveals to his fellow thespians that he is dying of the ‘pox.’
    • ‘Break a leg’ has been many an actor's goodwill wish to fellow thespians before the curtain rises.