But the histrionics in that caucus are simply a prelude to an ultimate cave.
The histrionics continued as he got out of the car, went into makeup and sat down to talk to Ted Koppel.
No one was surprised when McMahon had his head shaved, and no one enjoyed the histrionics any less for knowing it was inevitable.
Their histrionics were more appropriate for a bad episode of Law & Order.
We say should because only you, and your histrionics, stand in the way.
It was a feint, she thought, histrionics for the gallery, perhaps for her.
Her one art was histrionics of the kind that made an individual appeal.
The expression of astonishment was fairly well done--I will say that for him--but I was prepared for histrionics.
In Oratorio we have the same thing without the scenery and the histrionics.
He would wish to know what it was supposed to be, like Nash's histrionics.
"theatrical" (figuratively, "hypocritical"), 1640s, from Latin histrionicus "pertaining to an actor," from histrio (genitive histrionis) "actor," said to be of Etruscan origin. The literal sense in English is from 1759.