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Theater spielen {vt}; schauspielern {vi} to act [listen]

Theater spielend; schauspielernd acting [listen]

Theater gespielt; geschauspielt acted

spielerisches Können acting ability

Theater {n} theatre; theater [Am.] [listen] [listen]

Theater {pl} theatres; theaters [Am.]

Dokumentartheater {n}; dokumentarisches Theater documentary theatre; documentary theater

Jugendtheater {n} youth theatre; youth theater [Am.]

Sprechtheater {n} spoken theatre; spoken theater

Staatstheater {n} national theatre/theater; state theatre/theater [listen] [listen]

Totaltheater {n} total theatre/theater [listen]

Volkstheater {n} popular theatre/theater; folk theatre/theater [listen] [listen]

ins Theater gehen to go to the theatre; to go to the theater [Am.]

beim Theater sein to be on the stage

absurdes Theater theatre of the absurd

ein Theater bespielen {vt} to use a theatre [Br.]/theater [Am.] for performances

schauspielerisch; Schauspiel...; bühnengerecht; Bühnen...; Theater... {adj} [art] dramatic; stage ...; thespian [formal] [humor.] [listen]

jds. schauspielerische Fähigkeiten sb.'s dramatic skills; sb.'s thespian skills

Laienspielgruppe {f} amateur dramatic society

Er trat in die schauspielerischen Fußstapfen seiner Mutter. He followed in his mother's dramatic footsteps.

Theater {n}; Tamtam {n}; Aufstand {m}; Wirbel {m}; Gedöns {n}; Heckmeck {m,n}; Fisimatenten {pl}; Brimborium {n} [ugs.] [listen] fuss; to-do; foofaraw; kerfuffle [Br.]; hoo-ha [Br.] [coll.] [listen]

ein Tamtam/Trara/Gedöns [Dt.]/einen Zirkus um etw. machen to kick up/make a fuss about sth.; to kick up a stink about sth.; to raise hell about sth. to make a meal (out) of sth. [Br.] [Austr.]

ein Riesentheater um etw. machen to make a great song and dance about sth. [Br.]

Theater {n} [übtr.]; Getue {n}; Affentheater {n} carry-on [coll.] [eBr.]

Bühnenbau {m} (Theater) [art] stage architecture (theatre)

Bühneneffekte {pl} (Theater) scenic effects

Bühnenspiel {n}; Theater {n} (als Kategorie) [art] dramatics

Laientheater {n} amateur dramatics

Einsatz {m}; Auftritt {m} (Erscheinen auf der Bühne) (Theater) [listen] [listen] entrance [listen]

Engagement {n} (Theater) engagement [listen]

Flop {m} (Film, Theater) turkey [Am.] [coll.] (film, theatre) [listen]

Gang {m} zwischen Sitzreihen (Theater; Flugzeug) gangway [Br.]

Gastronomietheater {n} [art] [cook.] dinner theater [Am.]

Gastspiel {m} (Theater) stand [listen]

Gerede {n}; Geschwätz {n}; Theater {n} [übtr.]; Palaver {n} palaver

Guckkastenbühne {f} (Theater) [art] [hist.] picture-frame stage (theatre)

Hosenrolle {f} (Theater; Musiktheater) [art] trouser role (theatre)

Kassenöffnungszeiten {pl}; Kassaöffnungszeiten {pl} [Ös.] [Schw.] (Theater, Kino etc.) box office opening hours (theatre, cinema etc.)

Klamauk {m} (im Theater) slapstick

Kleinkunstbühne {f}; Kabarettbühne {f}; Kabarett-Theater {n} [art] cabaret theatre; satirical theatre

Kleinkunstbühnen {pl}; Kabarettbühnen {pl}; Kabarett-Theater {pl} cabaret theatres; satirical theatres

Kostümbildner {m}; Kostümbildnerin {f} (Film; Theater) costume designer; costumer; costumier [listen]

Kulissen schieben (Theater) to shift [listen]

Musiktheater {n} [mus.] (Genre) opera and musical theatre [Br.]; opera and musical theater [Am.]

Person {f} (Theater); Rolle {f} [listen] [listen] character [listen]

Regie {f} (Theater; Fernsehen) production [listen]

Requisiteur {m}; Requisite {f} (Theater) property master

Schmiere {f} (Theater) [art] ham-acting (theatre)

Simultanbühne {f} (Theater) [art] simultaneous stage; multiple stage (theatre)

Täuschung {f}; Getue {n}; Theater {n}; Schauspielerei {f}; Spiegelfechterei {f} [geh.] pretence; pretense [Am.]; a charade

Ihre Freundlichkeit war nur gespielt. Their friendliness was only pretence/a charade.

Theaterbesuch {m} visit to a theatre [Br.]/theater [Am.]

Theaterbetrieb {m} (als Kategorie) [art] theatre business [Br.]; theater business [Am.]

Theaterbetrieb {m} (an einem einzelnen Haus) [art] theatre operations [Br.]; theater operations [Am.] (at a single house)

Theaterleute {pl} theatre people; theater people [Am.]; theatre professionals

Theaterschaffender {m}; Bühnenschaffender {m} theatre professional [Br.]; theater professional [Am.]

Varietétheater {n} variety theatre; variety theater [Am.]

Varietétheater {pl} variety theatres; variety theaters [Am.]

kurzes Vorspiel {n} (im Theater) curtain-raiser

Vorverkaufskasse {f}; Tageskasse {f}; Vorverkaufskassa {f} [Ös.]; Tageskassa {f} [Ös.] (Theater; Kino) advance booking office

bühnentechnisch {adj} (Theater) scenic

gezeigt werden; gesendet werden; gegeben werden (Kino; TV; Theater) to be on

inszenieren (Theater) to direct

lichtstarker Filmscheinwerfer {m}; Jupiterlicht {n} ®; Jupiterlampe {f} ® (Theater, Film, TV) photoflood lamp; Kliegl light; klieg light (theatre, film, TV)

schauspielern {vi}; Theater machen [übtr.] (sich verstellen) to playact

überraschende Wendung {f}; unerwartete Wendung {f} (Theater, Film, Literatur) [art] [lit.] plot twist; twist (theatre, film, literature) [listen]

Es ist nur Theater. It's just an act.

Mach kein Theater! Don't fuss!

Was für ein Theater! What a pantomime!

Einakter {m} (Theater) one-act play (theatre)

Komparserie {f} (Film, Theater) supernumeraries; supers

Bildertheater {n} image theatre [Br.]; image theater [Am.]

Nationaltheater {n} national theatre [Br.]; national theater [Am.]

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