Definition of Playgoer. Meaning of Playgoer. Synonyms of Playgoer

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Definition of Playgoer

Playgoer
Playgoer Play"go`er, n. One who frequents playhouses, or attends dramatic performances.

Meaning of Playgoer from wikipedia

- A play is a work of drama, usually consisting mostly of dialogue between characters and intended 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 that their "intensity is totally...
- and in pantomimes such as Aladdin. Later that year, a reviewer in The Playgoer described her as "one big bubble of mirth and merriment". She toured in...
- explores the reason "Oedipus Rex is capable of moving a modern reader or playgoer no less powerfully than it moved the contemporary Gr****s". He suggests...
- biographical notes. However, Verne's growing po****rity among readers and playgoers (due especially to the highly successful stage version of Around the World...
- Understudy for Eve Arden 1942 Proof Thro' the Night Steve 1948 Lend an Ear Mrs. Playgoer 1949–52 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Lorelei Lee 1953 Pygmalion Eliza Doolittle...
- 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 they agree...
- G. Wills", The Graphic, 19 December 1891 "The Art of Ellen Terry", The Playgoer, October 1901 "The Question of a National Theatre", The Nineteenth Century...