This edifice, the cradle of liberty, had been used by the British officers as a playhouse
When he found himself in the cellars of the enormous playhouse
, his artistic, fantastic, wizard nature resumed the upper hand.
He secured a lucrative share in the profits of the King's Playhouse
, one of the two theaters of the time which alone were allowed to present regular plays, and he held the mainly honorary positions of poet laureate and historiographer-royal.
And that might lead to a playhouse
, where we could all take parts.
If that was what the theatre was coming to, then it was high time the police stepped in and closed the playhouses
And not only the poets, but the masters of these poets, the managers of playhouses
, seem to be in this secret; for, besides the aforesaid kettle-drums, &c.
THE future of the Alnwick Playhouse
has been secured as it prepares to undergo a PS2.
EVERYMAN and Playhouse
bosses are celebrating success on the wider national stage for home-grown talent developed by the city theatres.
This patent pending inflatable is a life size instant playhouse
A drawer left open becomes a balcony, soap trays become cots and the space between twin beds becomes a domed playhouse
through the strategic use of sheets and pillows.
When the Playhouse
opened, its box office second assistant, Maud Carpenter, had never previously entered a theatre.
PASADENA - When he was hired three months ago to lead the Pasadena Playhouse
, Stephen Eich knew the historic theater was in trouble again.