We went to the Thalia because it was 99 cents, and to dozens of recording sessions.
The Thalia was known formerly as the Bowery Theater, and its stage has supported nearly all the great actors of an earlier time.
"I don't tell you everything nowadays, 'Thalia," he said, briefly.
Thalia, with a shepherds staff and a Silenus mask, endowed with an eternal smile, comforted man with more cheerful views.
As his "Thalia" was an "overture to an imaginary comedy," so this, to an imaginary tragedy.
The first wife wants to eat Thalia's children, diverses sauces, which greatly resembles Perrault's sauce Robert.
Only the Thalia has waxed in stature: and perhaps in wisdom also: but that is not in her favour.
The 'Thalia' only carried Judge Boyd's colours ten times, and won six prizes, value 150l.
In the second volume are p. 18Molière, and his wife Armande, crowned by the muse Thalia.
They were invoked at festivals, and three cups were drunk by those who feasted in honour of Euphrosyne, Aglaia, and Thalia.
fem. proper name, from Greek Thaleia, literally "luxuriant, blooming," from thallein "to bloom" (see thallus). Eighth of the Muses, presiding over comedy and idyllic poetry. Also one of the three Graces, patroness of festive meetings.