Still, one thing is for certain: Khrushchev had a flair for theatrics.
“He had a flair for the dramatic, to be sure, but it was for more than theatrics,” Clinton said.
Abbas could opt to skip the theatrics and appoint himself prime minister.
Oscar de la Renta was all about theatrics, presenting a collection with a decidedly Parisian feel.
CNN wants emotions, theatrics, the stamping of feet, mano-a-mano anger, and outrage contests.
Things will take a turn more serious in late July when the court finally starts focusing on the evidence and not the theatrics.
Those words felt no more than a lame example of phony "in your face" theatrics.
As a showman who loves the theatrics, addressing the UN general assembly is the ultimate stage.
The empathy game has been played with words and theatrics in many schools.