“The voices made me do it,” he said, and theatrically clutched both sides of his head.
The criticism is real and valid, but the sins exist on a spectrum between the technically critical and the theatrically hilarious.
And yet Kennedy did not theatrically utter a prayer—not as we acknowledge it these days.
Sir Tiglath had become really grave, not theatrically serious.
"We'll go to supper," said Miss Montgomery theatrically, appearing at the door.
Its reputation is as theatrically artificial as that of the New York Bowery.
She gave it out with pathos, paused, and was theatrically distressed.
theatrically, the end of the Second Act sounds true; but it will not bear rehearing.
This stranger was of kingly appearance, of stately and commanding demeanour, and theatrically dressed.
The initiate, at Eleusis, were guided along a theatrically arranged pathway of the dead, into a theatrical Elysium.