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Definition of Playgoer
Playgoer Play"go`er, n.
One who frequents playhouses, or attends dramatic
Meaning of Playgoer from wikipedia
- A play is a work of drama, usually consisting mostly
of dialogue between characters
for theatrical performance rather
than just reading. The...
- them as "a toothsome devourer
of scenery", and another reviewer
for The Playgoer emphasizing their stage presence remarked
"intensity is totally...
- and in pantomimes
such as Aladdin. Later
that year, a reviewer
in The Playgoer described
her as "one big bubble
and merriment". She toured
"Oedipus Rex is capable
a modern reader
no less powerfully
than it moved
Gr****s". He suggests...
notes. However, Verne's growing
po****rity among readers
to the highly successful stage version
for Eve Arden
Thro' the Night Steve
1948 Lend an Ear Mrs. Playgoer
1949–52 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Lorelei
Lee 1953 Pygmalion Eliza
- Cambridge University
Press, 1997. Morley, Henry. The Journal
of a London Playgoer
from 1851 to 1866. London: George Routledge
& Sons, 1866. pp. 350–354 Crowther...
- audience. Audiences
in Shakespeare's time were more accustomed
than modern playgoers
to actors having longer stage
time. Modern translators
tend to simplify...
- fair than foul both in Holinshed's account
and in that of contemporary playgoer Simon
Forman. The Three Witches first appear
in Act 1.1 where
- G. Wills", The Graphic, 19 December
1891 "The Art of Ellen
Terry", The Playgoer
1901 "The Question
of a National
Theatre", The Nineteenth
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