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n.1.A house where a stage regularly stops for passengers or a relay of horses.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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But by the 1990s, touring shows were getting bigger and more elaborate, and the Van Wezel's stagehouse was too small for many of them.
To Mr Sarsefield: I came hither but ten minutes ago, and write this letter in the bar of the Stagehouse. I wish not to lose a moment in informing you of what has happened.
S.'s access to stagehouse manuscripts identifies the London theatrical company with which W.
The magic in the stagehouse came from chairs flying 15 feet off the ground and objects spinning out of control.
Every stagehouse in town will be beckoning them with a wide range of plays, some old, some, new.
The Mouse House was sold a pup when it took a three-year lease on the Chicago Theatre, the least desirable downtown venue due to a shallow stagehouse that makes the venue unsuitable for massive legit tourers (a historical building to the rear prevents expansion).