Words nearby theatre
Definition for theatre (2 of 2)
Origin of theater
OTHER WORDS FROM theaternon·the·a·ter, adjectivepre·the·a·ter, adjective
pronunciation note for theater
Examples from the Web for theatre
She reportedly studied French and Italian at Oxford before attending the prestigious Jacques Lecoq school of theatre in Paris.Benedict Cumberbatch Announces Engagement in The Times|Tom Sykes|November 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
War of the Worlds (1953) I snuck into a theatre with my older brother to see this one.
I was really happy that the Theatre Wing approved that idea.Oscars Host Neil Patrick Harris on His Best and Worst Emcee Moments (VIDEO)|Neil Patrick Harris|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This prompted a lengthy discussion of optics and theatre among the panelists.
But they also reveal a waspish, bitter man frequently disillusioned with film and theatre.
If we went to the theatre we went in full dress, preceded by torch-bearers to the princely box.My Own Affairs|Louise, Princess of Belgium
Emeline had grown more and more infatuated with the theatre and all that pertained to it.The Story Of Julia Page|Kathleen Norris
To-day it reads curiously as the programme of a fashionable West End theatre.Ellen Terry and Her Sisters|T. Edgar Pemberton
Had he not loitered in the hall of the theatre, with coat-collar turned up, to hear just that?The Education of Eric Lane|Stephen McKenna
He was delayed at the theatre by matters concerned with the scenery of the new piece they were to mount upon the morrow.Scaramouche|Rafael Sabatini
British Dictionary definitions for theatre
- a building designed for the performance of plays, operas, etc
- (as modifier)a theatre ticket
- (in combination)a theatregoer