dramatize (part of speech: verb)
imitator (part of speech: noun)
imitate (part of speech: verb)
flatter, portray, parallel, impersonate, ape, parody, mirror, imitate, echo, duplicate, replicate, reflect, parrot, simulate, counterfeit, emulate, mimic, feign, pretend, resemble, repeat, ditto, copy, mock
drama (part of speech: noun)
characterization, choreography, show, improvisation, excitement, melodrama, ballet, pageant, panorama, suspense, vaudeville, presentation, drama, spectacle, production, improvisational drama, tragedy, comedy, rendering, skit, teleplay, theater, variety, scene, art, mystery, Broadway
- Here, in the grand old forest, young Siegfried grew up to manhood, knowing nothing of his parentage except the lie which Mime, the wily dwarf, chose to tell him, that he was his own son. - "Stories of the Wagner Opera", H. A. Guerber.
- His chief favorites were Roscius the comedian, Sorex the arch mime, and Metrobius the player, for whom, though past his prime, he still professed a passionate fondness. - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
- He tells Alberic that Brother Mime approaches with a hero whom Godhead can neither help nor hinder. - "The Perfect Wagnerite A Commentary on the Niblung's Ring", George Bernard Shaw.