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Going To The Theater

Vocabulary for Going to the Theater Module

intimate in·ti·mate--ˈin(t)əmət/ (ADJECTIVE) closely acquainted; familiar, close. "intimate friends" synonyms:close, bosom, dear, cherished, faithful, devoted, fast, firm, familiar; informal chummy "an intimate friend of Picasso's"
production pro·duc·tion prəˈdəkSH(ə)n/ (NOUN) the action of making or manufacturing from components or raw materials, or the process of being so manufactured. "the production of chemical weapons" synonyms: manufacture, making, construction, building
authentic au·then·tic ôˈTHen(t)ik/ (ADJECTIVE) of undisputed origin; genuine. "the letter is now accepted as an authentic document" synonyms:genuine, real, bona fide, true
props props (prŏps) (NOUN) 1. Any of the articles other than costumes and scenery used by an actor or performer during a performance on stage or in a film. 2. Someone or something displayed to impress others or provide a false impression.
compelling com·pel·ling kəmˈpeliNG (ADJECTIVE) evoking interest, attention, or admiration in a powerfully irresistible way. "his eyes were strangely compelling" synonyms: enthralling, captivating, gripping, riveting, spellbinding, mesmerizing, absorbing
ignorant ig·no·rant ˈiɡnərənt/ (ADJECTIVE) lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated. "he was told constantly that he was ignorant and stupid" synonyms: uneducated, unknowledgeable, untaught, unschooled, untutored, untrained
ensemble en·sem·ble änˈsämbəl (NOUN) 1.a group of musicians, actors, or dancers who perform together. "a Bulgarian folk ensemble" synonyms:group, band; More 2. a group of items viewed as a whole rather than individually.
typical typical [tip-i-kuh l] (ADJECTIVE) 1.of the nature of or serving as a type or representative specimen. 2.conforming to a particular type.
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