comique

comique

(kɒˈmiːk)
n
(Theatre) literary rare a comic actor or singer
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He haf found him when he was a child-der orang-outang-und he was child and brother and opera comique all round to Bertran.
We are like what a music-hall Lion Comique would be without his opera-hat, if such a thing can be imagined.
They went to plays together and sometimes to the gallery of the Opera Comique.
It was the first time that the young artist sang in this work of Gounod, which had not been transferred to the Opera and which was revived at the Opera Comique after it had been produced at the old Theatre Lyrique by Mme.
The captain gave him a drink of unspeakable gin, and the opera- comique crew, with their hairy throats, red caps, and long knives, greeted him as a brother.
If I met a working man and his wife in the streets between eleven o'clock and midnight on their way home from the Ambigu Comique, I used to amuse myself by following them from the Boulevard du Pont aux Choux to the Boulevard Beaumarchais.
1875: Bizet's Carmen was first performed at the Opera Comique in Paris.
Contract notice: Routine cleaning services and consumable supplies for the cit internationale de la comique et de l~image
His one act "Djaileh" opera comique (a genre of French opera which contains dialogue) was deemed successful for its complicated influential music.
Cette annee, les organisateurs feront un focus sur le film comique.
La 11e edition du Festival national du theatre comique de Medea, qui devait avoir lieu fin septembre courant, a ete reportee a l'annee prochaine, a appris l'APS aupres du directeur local de la culture, Omar Reghal.
PO1 Versil Comique of Baclayon Police Station said the whirlwind, locally known as 'ipo-ipo,' hit the villages of Poblacion, San Vicente, Landican and San Roque about 5:30 p.