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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstagecraftstage‧craft /ˈsteɪdʒkrɑːft $ -kræft/ noun [uncountable]  skill and experience in writing, or organizing the performance of, a play
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stagecraft"Figaro" combines great singing with fine stagecraft.That this is also a marriage of insightful stagecraft and lustrous vocalism is the most welcome news of all.This approach will not only result in an appreciation of the literary merits, but also foster an understanding of stagecraft.Ellen said he was a political lightweight whose stagecraft was better than his statecraft.
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