household, battleground, theatre, family, flying field, field of study, mansion, legit, airfield, theater of operations, landing field, dramatic art, movies, sphere, home, playing field, line of business, sign, field of view, coliseum, star sign, firm, field of operations, orbit, playing area, house, field of operation, terrain, theatrics, dramaturgy, champaign, study, menage, objective, salient, subject, dramatics, discipline, sign of the zodiac, athletic field, subject field, business firm, field of honor, cinema, front, plain, field of force, subject area, force field, sector, planetary house, field of battle, theatre of operations
arena (part of speech: noun)
gymnasium, locale, amphitheater, pen, gallery, setting, Colosseum, circuit, auditorium, domain, hall, courtyard, enclosure, field, ring, realm, dominion, beat, turf, stage, circus, area, room, arena, battle-ground, bailiwick, region, ground, province, circle, campus, hippodrome, battlefield, precinct
drama (part of speech: noun)
characterization, mystery, mime, panorama, improvisational drama, skit, excitement, pantomime, pageant, rendering, suspense, drama, variety, show, art, production, choreography, vaudeville, scene, comedy, burlesque, ballet, spectacle, teleplay, presentation, tragedy, improvisation, Broadway, melodrama
- I've come to take you to the theater. - "The Way of Ambition", Robert Hichens.
- They went to the Palace Theater on the corner of Saltenstall and Main Streets for five cents. - "The Biography of a Rabbit", Roy Benson, Jr..
- He says, 'I never saw so many soldiers anywhere except on the stage of a theater. - "Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens", Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009.