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Definition of Vaudeville

Vaudeville
Vaudeville Vaude"ville, n. Loosely, and now commonly, variety (see above), as, to play in vaudeville; a vaudeville actor.

Meaning of Vaudeville from wikipedia

- Vaudeville (/ˈvɔːd(ə)vɪl/; French: [vodvil]) is a theatrical genre of variety entertainment born in France at the end of the 18th century. A vaudeville...
- Vaudeville Villain is the third studio album by British-American rapper/producer MF Doom, released under the alias Viktor Vaughn on September 16, 2003...
- the musical score, modeling each number on a traditional vaudeville number or a vaudeville performer. This format made explicit the show's comparison...
- were able to provide entertainment in dances, minstrel shows, and in vaudeville, during which time many marching bands were formed. Black pianists pla****...
- refer to: Vaudeville (song), a type of 17th- and 18th-century French satirical poem Vaudeville (album), a 2010 album by D-Sisive Vaudeville Theatre, a...
- Trash and Vaudeville is a store located at 96 East 7th Street between Avenue A and First Avenue as of March 2016. Prior to that, the store was located...
- The New Vaudeville Band was a group created by songwriter Geoff Stephens in 1966 to record his novelty composition "Winchester Cathedral", a song inspired...
- Charlotte Vaudeville (1918 – 2006) was a French Indologist, best known for her researches into the bhakti traditions and literature. Her treatises on the...
- Sister list: List of vaudeville performers: L–Z This is a partial list of vaudeville performers. Inclusion on this list indicates that the subject appeared...
- Black Vaudeville was based on performances that came out of the movement and style of African Americans. The vaudeville years were the early 1880s until...
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