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  • Dumbshow —   [ dʌmʃəʊ; englisch »stumme Schau(stellung)«] die, / s, eine häufig von Musik begleitete allegorische Pantomime im englischen Drama v. a. des 16. Jahrhunderts zur Verdeutlichung von Inhalt oder Sinn des Folgenden, gespielt vor Beginn der… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • dumbshow — ► NOUN 1) gestures used to convey something without speech. 2) (especially in English drama of the 16th and 17th centuries) a part of a play acted in mime …   English terms dictionary

  • Dumbshow — Not to be confused with Dumb Show. Dumbshow, also dumb show or dumb show, is a traditional term for pantomime in drama, actions presented by actors onstage without spoken dialogue. It is similar to the masque. The term is most often used in… …   Wikipedia

  • Dumbshow Theatre Company — Dumbshow are a London based theatre company composed of actors, musicians, writers, dancers and designers. Dumbshow is known for its visual creativity and colourful aesthetics. The company brings together the art of highly accomplished… …   Wikipedia

  • dumbshow — dumb show n. 1. A part of a play, especially in medieval and Renaissance drama, that is enacted without speaking. 2. Communication or acting by means of expressive gestures; pantomime. * * * …   Universalium

  • dumbshow — noun a) gesturing in an attempt to convey meaning b) mime …   Wiktionary

  • Dumbshow — Dumb|show auch: Dumb Show 〈[dʌ̣mʃoʊ] f.; Gen.: ( ) , Pl.: ( ) s〉 1. 〈allg.〉 pantomimische Einlage 2. (früher im engl. Drama) häufig der eigentl. Vorstellung vorangestellte pantomimische Erläuterung der Handlung [Etym.: <engl. dumb »stumm« +… …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • dumbshow — n. pantomime, mime show, show with bodily gestures only …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dumbshow — noun gestures used to convey something without speech. ↘(especially in English drama of the 16th and 17th centuries) a part of a play acted in mime …   English new terms dictionary

  • dumbshow — dumbˈshow noun 1. Gesture without words 2. Pantomime • • • Main Entry: ↑dumb …   Useful english dictionary

  • Masque — This article is about 16th and early 17th century court entertainments. For other uses, see Masque (disambiguation). Costume for a Knight, by Inigo Jones: the plumed helmet, the heroic torso in armour and other conventions were still employed for …   Wikipedia

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