Theatricals

Theatricals is a book of two plays by Henry James published in 1894. The plays, Tenants and Disengaged, had failed to be produced, so James put them out in book form with a rueful preface about his inability to get the plays onto the stage. ==Plot summaries== Based on a short story Flavien: Scènes de la vie contemporaine by Henri Rivière, Tenant...
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Theatricals

• (n. pl.) Dramatic performances; especially, those produced by amateurs.
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Theatricals

The·at'ric·als noun plural Dramatic performances; especially, those produced by amateurs. « Such fashionable cant terms as ‘ theatricals ,' and ‘musicals,' invented by the flippant Topham, still survive among his confraternity of frivolity.» I. Disraeli.
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