The property man that first season was a German, new in the minstrel game.
(To property man) The baize doors at the rear, and curtains.
You are not a performer; you are too small for a property man, and not strong enough for a razorback.
(To property man): See if we've got a shop window—long and narrowish.
The property man, in a black costume, remains at the back of the stage.
The property man at the Park Theatre will attend to it for me.
Because the clews and things, in a story, are all put there for him by the property man.
"The meal is very good," he said to Pop Snooks, the property man.
The person who delivers them out is to this day called the property man.
For Pop was the property man—the one of all work and little play.