Theatrics sentence example

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  • Their stage theatrics were quite boring, Hotel would often gyrate and bob, whilst kicking out those superb blues riffs.

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  • Not only does the music have to be right, so do the theatrics and the stunts.

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  • But when Rock finds out, he tries to " help " by adding over-the-top theatrics to Willy's show.

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  • In real life, there were no such theatrics from anyone involved in the trial of John Scopes.

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  • This combination of explosive power imaginative theatrics and traditional story telling has produced a show for which there is no parallel.

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  • Following the tradition of Mercury Rev and Arcade Fire, this six-piece combine small-town folk with rock theatrics.

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  • But when Rock finds out, he tries to " help " by adding over-the-top theatrics to Willy 's show.

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  • The members of KISS are known just as much for their theatrics and sense of style as they are for their music.

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  • Since their early years, the band has built arena shows that go beyond music to theatrics and striking special effects.

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  • Watching her, it was hard to tell how much was theatrics and how much was real.

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