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“Theatre Washington, the area’s alliance of theatre organizations, theatre-makers, and theatre supporters, will serve as a hub of information for participating venues and their vaccination requirement policies,” said the statement.
She had travelled the world, wowing audiences at venues as diverse as cruise ships, Disney theme parks and theatres in London’s West End.Taking a leap of faith: People embrace post-pandemic career changes|Jessica Davies|July 6, 2021|Digiday
What we see as give and take is in fact political theatre designed to create a false narrative of compromise, in order to return power back to the powerful.
Dedicated to the memory of Victor Shargai, a great Signature supporter who along with his husband never missed an opening night, the production was filmed in the company’s MAX theatre over three days in November.
In the early 2000s when I went to the performing arts school, it was a school for theatre and specifically here to get into shows in the West End which is the equivalent to Broadway in New York.UK Singer Celeste Is Bridging The Gap In Soul From Across The Pond|Brande Victorian|March 12, 2021|Essence.com
Side Show is at the St. James Theatre, 246 West 44th Street (212-239-6200, telecharge.com).
By 2010, Hunter was directing a well received revival of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts at Access Theatre on Broadway.
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
She then trained at the Saratoga International Theatre Institute (also known as the SITI Company) in New York City.
War of the Worlds (1953) I snuck into a theatre with my older brother to see this one.
Children, like uneducated adults, have been known to take a spectacle on the stage of a theatre too seriously.Children's Ways|James Sully
Perhaps Mademoiselle Zizine, of the French theatre, was the reason—who knows?
The battle ended in a victory for both sides, chapel and theatre alike being crammed.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
In the evening the little theatre is illuminated regardless of expense, a fabulous sum being expended on extra lamps.
The theatre at Amsterdam, in Holland, took fire and burned to death 31 persons.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
British Dictionary definitions for theatre
- a building designed for the performance of plays, operas, etc
- (as modifier)a theatre ticket
- (in combination)a theatregoer