dramaturge

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Etymology[edit]

Definition 1: Borrowing from French dramaturge. Definition 2: Borrowing from German Dramaturg

Noun[edit]

dramaturge (plural dramaturges)

  1. (rare, often called dramaturgist) Someone who writes or adapts theater plays, a playwright, dramatist, especially one connected with a specific theater or company .
  2. (rare, often called dramaturg) A literary adviser or editor in a theater, opera, or film company that researches, selects, adapts, edits, and interprets scripts, libretti, texts, and printed programs (or helps others with these tasks), consults with authors, and does public relations work.

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Further reading[edit]

  • dramaturge in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911

French[edit]

French Wikipedia has an article on:
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Ancient Greek δραματουργός (dramatourgós).

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Noun[edit]

dramaturge m, f (plural dramaturges)

  1. (theater) playwright (writer of plays for the theatre)

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