1. Of or relating to the theatre or actors.
2. Excessively flashy, exaggerated or fake; melodramatic, especially when intended to attract attention.
The wedding was extravagant and theatrical, and bridezilla gave murderous glares whenever something went wrong, as if marriage was a performance.

The news in the United States has become increasingly theatrical since Edward R Murrow covered Joseph McCarthy; just look at Glenn Beck.

"Keeping up with the Kardashians" and the "Real Housewives of..." are theatrical and delightfully trashy in their demanding histrionics.
作者 Lorelili 2011年7月28日
Camp, demonstrative homosexual.
'Eric's a bit theatrical, I reckon'
'You mean he's a friend of dorothy?
'Yep. Backs to the wall.'
作者 gieowermitherin 2009年9月23日

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