ensemble acting

noun
an approach to acting that aims for a unified effect achieved by all members of a cast working together on behalf of the play, rather than emphasizing individual performances.

Origin:
1925–30

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In general, there are too many attempts to single out particular performers when ensemble acting ought to prevail.
The confident, easygoing ensemble acting lends the movie a realistic buzz.
The dialogue and the ensemble acting maintain a near-perfect pitch.
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