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They were involved in the church, politics, charitable works and amateur operatics.
His weird operatics during the financial crisis ended up looking stupid, but they were worth a shot too.
The soap operatics are going to take care of themselves but the magic needs careful tending.
There has however been a much longer history of amateur operatics in Herne Bay.
Patton croons devilishly while skyscrapers collapse behind him, and the result is pure rock operatics.
Lasting three weeks, it fuses menacing theatre performances with immersive operatics and late-night themed parties.
Elsewhere, the road-movie operatics come good on an explosive "A Dustland Fairytale."
P. Schuyler Miller reviewed the novel favorably, saying in Smith's hands space operatics "took on new freedom and stature".
Other Critics Pro 'Ravishingly grand musical borne aloft on beguiling pop operatics.'
Russell notes the strong love of amateur operatics in the area in the late 19th and early 20th century, "which created a love of humorous lyrics".
This he does masterfully, mixing in random operatics and chance encounters with talkshow hosts to anchor the sound in humanity, amidst the abstraction.
A fusion of sinister theatrical turns, high-tech operatics and late-night parties, the programme makes fine use of the festival’s unusual setting: the Old Vic Tunnels.
My drawing ability, and a great interest in amateur operatics and theatre, got me a position in the Scenic Design department of BBC Scotland.
In 1960, in a brief return to the stage, Downie was involved with the Auckland Amateur Operatics, in a production of 'Iolanthe'.
The director, David Yates, “does a fine job of keeping Ms. Rowling’s multiple parts in balanced play, nimbly shifting between the action and the adolescent soap operatics.”
It's a watchful show that derives operatics not from history and family but from Whitman-like city life: fleeting glances and run-ins and curiosity and sudden engagement.
Another lady, very frail, had taken two rides on the zip wire that day and later sang her heart out to an audience of residents, reliving memories of amateur operatics.
The symphonic operatics in the upcoming program derive from two German masterworks, Beethoven's "Fidelio" and Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde."
DIRTYBOY will happily swing from lounge and sassy jazz to rock operatics, brutally cut-up samples and dirty, scuzzy punk distortion.
In comparison, a large part of Downton Abbey's charm comes from its occasionally hilarious melodrama - amnesiac potential relatives wrapped in bandages! - and gleeful swerves towards soap operatics.
Sheen was raised in a theatrical family-his parents were both involved in local amateur operatics and musicals and, later in life, his father worked as a part-time professional Jack Nicholson look-alike.
He was a member of the Bishop's Stortford Junior Operatics (now Bishops Stortford Musical Theatre Society) and the Cantate Youth Choir.
I have always been a sucker for a power ballad, those big, emotional, slightly melodramatic pop songs that go for the heart and the tear ducts, building to a blockbuster climax of pop operatics.
He also enjoys amateur operatics, having taken the leading tenor roles in most of the Gilbert & Sullivan operas, and appearing at the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival each year since 1996.
"Fish Tank" has some of the same strains as "Precious," the dark fable of a pregnant, abused and obese Harlem teenager, which is now on the Oscar circuit, but it doesn't have any of the same operatics.