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With that in mind, I start this theater blog not with the tattered thespianic howl: Theater is dying!
Because she's doing what had been derided as a thespianic cliche for years, nudity, because the character required it.
The Horseshoe wasn't the ideal place to grasp the storyline about Stan, a lonely fame-seeking songwriter who moves to the Land of Entertainment, but the thespianic rockers still managed to captivate.
So says child actor turned teen drug addict turned sober thespianic hottie
There are three questions that should concern us here: Were the seeds of thespianic vileness already planted in the performer's personality at an early age and the rest of us simply failed to notice it?
All of which sounds positively splendid if you buy the line about him being our best ever practitioner of the thespianic arts and rather less splendid if you don't, "writes the Karlovy Vary for indieWIRE.