theatreland

(redirected from theaterland)

theatreland

(ˈθɪətəˌlænd) or

theaterland

n
(Theatre) the main theatre district of a city, esp in the West End of London
Translations

theatreland

[ˈθɪətəlænd] Nteatrolandia f

theatreland

n (Brit) → Theatergegend f; in theatrelandin der Theatergegend
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This well-illustrated guide to the theaterland of London includes many examples from The Rose, The Globe, and other archeological sites, excavated tools of the theater trade, and even things left behind by the crowd.
by Louis Armstrong, and one called 'Mantovani: Song Hits From Theaterland.
Theaterland is deemed either overrun with musicals--snobbishly considered to be, at best, meretricious--or filled with dark theaters.
which chronicled New York City's theaterland, from the 1866 hit The Black Crook to the most recent revival of Kern and Hammerstein's Show Boat.
For those who can afford to spend a month in New York Theaterland, it amounts to a festival of sorts; but for city residents it's just feast and famine, with famine what we can count on.
In theaterland, the Oliviers are only slightly less biased toward the serious.