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pantomime

329 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[pˈantəmˌa͡ɪm], [pˈantəmˌa‍ɪm], [p_ˈa_n_t_ə_m_ˌaɪ_m]
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Synonyms for Pantomime:

drama (noun)

Broadway, art, ballet, burlesque, characterization, choreography, comedy, drama, excitement, improvisation, improvisational drama, melodrama, mime, mystery, pageant, panorama, presentation, production, rendering, scene, show, skit, spectacle, suspense, teleplay, theater, tragedy, variety, vaudeville.

dramatize (verb)

act, characterize, choreograph, dramatize, improvise, play, present.

Other synonyms and related words:

Mime artist, act a part, act as, act as foil, act out, acting, actor, actress, adaptation, afterpiece, aladdin, allegory, anecdote, antagonist, antimasque, ape, aping, appear, armorial, audience success, bad guy, barnstorm, barnstormer, bearing, beck, beckon, bedlam, betacism, body language, bomb, broadcast drama, buffoon, bullfight, burlesque show, burletta, byplay, cabaret, carriage, character, character actor, character man, character woman, charade, child actor, chirology, chironomy, christmas entertainment, christmas show, classic, clew, closet drama, clown, clue, come out, comedietta, comedy drama, comic opera, comidie larmoyante, commotion, confusion of tongues, copy, critical success, cue, dactylology, dactylonomy, daytime serial, deaf-and-dumb alphabet, depiction, detective, diagnostic, dialogue, diseur, diseuse, disorder, disturbance, divertissement, documentary drama, dramalogue, dramatic performance, dramatic play, dramatic series, dramatizer, dramatizing, drame comedie drame, dumb show, duodrama, duologue, duologue trilogy, emblematic, embodiment, emote, emotionalize, emulate, enact, enacting, enactment, epic, epic theater, exode, experimental theater, extravaganza, failure, fairy play, farce, farcical-comedy, feeder, five-act play, flop, foil, freemasonry, gasser, gesticulate, gesticulation, gesture, gesture language, get top billing, giveaway, glance, hand signal, happening, harlequinade, heavy, hint, histrio, histrion, hit, hit show, hospitality, hubbub, imitate, imitation, impersonate, impersonation, incarnation, indication, ingénue, interlude, juvenile, karaoke, key, kinesics, leer, legitimate drama, lever de rideau, masque, masquerade, masquerade as, matinee idol, melodrame, mimer, mimesis, mimic, mimicking, mimicry, miming, mimmation, minstrel show, miracle, miracle play, mock, monodrama, monodrame monologue, monologist, monologue, morality, morality play, motion, motion to, movement, mummer, mummery, music drama, musical, musical comedy, musical revue, myatism, mystery play, nod, nudge, nunnation, onomatopoeia, opera, opera bouffe, pandemonium, panel show, panto, pantomimer, pantomimes, pantomimic, pantomiming, pantomimist, pantomine, parody, pasigraphie, pasigraphy, pass for, pastoral, pastoral drama, patter, perform, performance, performing, personate, personation, personification, piece, play a part, play the lead, playact, playactor, player, playing, playlet, poise, portrayal, pose, pose as, posing, posture, pretend to be, problem play, protean actor, proverbs, psychodrama, quiz show, radio drama, reciter, register, review, revue, saw the air, scent, sensation drama, sensational play, serial, shrug, shrug the shoulders, sign, sign language, signal, signalize, signs, sitcom, situation comedy, sketch, soap, soap opera, sociodrama, soubrette, stage performer, stage play, stage player, stage show, stance, star, steal the show, stooge, straight drama, straight man, stroller, strolling player, success, suspense drama, tableau, tableau vivant, take off, talk show, telegraphy, television drama, television play, theater of cruelty, theatrical, thespian, total theater, touch, tragicomedy, tread the boards, troupe, trouper, tumult, turbulence, turmoil, uproar, upstage, utility man, variety show, vaudeville show, vehicle, villain, wave the arms, wink, word-of-mouth success, work.

Quotes for Pantomime:

  1. As a child I was taken to the pantomime or the theatre and I would always, always fall in love with somebody on the stage. And want to have sex with them. Ewan McGregor.
  2. In fact, one was so booked out we went from March and were to go till November, but the pantomime was booked so they transferred the show to the Prince of Wales Theatre because it was so packed out, and it ran on from there. Norman Wisdom.
  3. It takes more drawing to tell a story in pantomime Jim Woodring.
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