Stageplay


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Stage´play`

    (~plā`)
n.1.A dramatic or theatrical entertainment.
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The touring Hartlepool Monkey stageplay, you could say finally came home last week when it came to the town's Town Hall Theatre.
Rob Fennah wrote both the stageplay versions of Twopence To Cross The Mersey and By The Waters Of Liverpool.
In the same era, Chelsea Theater Center, founded in 1965 by Robert Kalfin, was producing Amiri Baraka's Slave Ship, and Allen Ginsberg's already famous poem "Kaddish" was adapted as a stageplay there.
An exciting opportunity arose when Starburns director Duke Johnson resurrected Charlie Kaufman's stageplay "Anomalisa" and brought it to Tran to develop as a stop-motion feature.
AGATHA Christie''s The Mousetrap is the longest running stageplay in the world, and this year marks its 60th birthday by going on tour around the UK for the first time ever.
It's the 1975 film adaptation of the British rock-musical stageplay, The Rocky Horror Show, written by Richard O'Brien.
Stageplay takes readers on a journey through Seth's growing- up years in a liberal joint family, populated by talented aunts and punctuated by elaborate festivities.
AND IN THE FORTHCOMING STAGEPLAY THE MAKROPULOS CASE SHE WILL BE PLAYING THE LEAD ROLE OF EMILIA MARTY.