high camp

high camp  {n.},  {slang},  {show business}
1. Kitsch, or pretentious material in bad taste that is still liked by higher class audiences.
"The Potsdam Quartet" is a play full of high camp.
2. An exaggerated movie or theater scene that loses believability.
Scarecrow and Mrs. King and Sledge Hammer are so full of high camp that no sensible people watch them anymore.
middle camp and low camp refer to theatrical kitsch preferred by middle class and low class audiences, respectively.
Categories: noun slang

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