improvisational
adjective see improvisation

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • improvisational — (adj.) 1879; see IMPROVISATION (Cf. improvisation) + AL (Cf. al) (1) …   Etymology dictionary

  • improvisational — improvise ► VERB 1) create and perform (music, drama, or verse) spontaneously or without preparation. 2) make from whatever is available. DERIVATIVES improvisation noun improvisational adjective improvisatory adjective improviser noun. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

  • improvisational — See improvisation. * * * …   Universalium

  • improvisational — adjective Having the nature of an improvisation …   Wiktionary

  • improvisational — adj. made up on the spur of the moment, done without advance preparation, unrehearsed, impromptu …   English contemporary dictionary

  • improvisational — im·provi·sa·tion·al …   English syllables

  • improvisational — adjective see improvisation …   Useful english dictionary

  • Improvisational theatre — (also known as improv or impro) is a form of theatre in which the actors use improvisational acting techniques to perform spontaneously. Actors typically use audience suggestions to guide the performance as they create dialogue, setting, and plot …   Wikipedia

  • improvisational comedy — noun a) A form of improvisational theatre performed with little predetermination of subject matter and structure, but with interaction with the audience. b) An instance of such theatre …   Wiktionary

  • improvisational theatre — noun a form of theatre in which the actors perform spontaneously, without a script Syn: impro, improv …   Wiktionary

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