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physical theatre

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Definition of physical theatre in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A form of theatre which emphasizes the use of physical movement, as in dance and mime, for expression.
Example sentences
  • Disciplines include children's theatre, film, comedy, drama, physical theatre, dance, cabaret, visual art, performance poetry, music theatre, and the full scope of music genres.
  • McColl's delightful monologue is the most well integrated of the five, assisted by physical theatre and mime.
  • And to get learners even more creatively involved with the arts there are over 20 workshops spanning creative writing, music, journalism, drama, dance, mime and even physical theatre.

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