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unstageable

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Definition of unstageable in English:

adjective

(Of a play) impossible or very difficult to present to an audience: German drama contains its fair share of almost unstageable masterpieces
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  • That is why the piece is inherently unstageable: it offers no internal argument.
  • His plays, many long considered unstageable, were finally being performed to enthusiastic audiences.
  • Arden's fanciful production makes a seemingly unstageable opera into gripping entertainment.

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