little theater


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little theater

n.
A small theater usually for a community, collegiate, or experimental drama group.

lit′tle the′ater


n.
noncommercial or amateur theater, produced and acted by members of a local community.
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Noun1.little theater - a small theater for experimental drama or collegiate or community groupslittle theater - a small theater for experimental drama or collegiate or community groups
theater, theatre, house - a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented; "the house was full"
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There will be three main events: the Gala Concert of Orchestras on July 20 at the Main Theater; the Youth Symphonic Band Concert I, July 21 at the Little Theater; and the Youth Symphonic Band Concert II, July 22 also at the Little Theater.
It will be performed in South Eugene High's Little Theater, 400 E.
Staggs's scope extends even to Shelley Winters's description of her 1952 little theater turn as Blanche: "I was marvelous, except I had a slight Brooklyn accent at that time, which made an interesting characterization."
Short Films Reviewing Committee screenings of live action entries, 7 p.m., Academy Little Theater, AMPAS (continues Tuesdays and Thursdays through Jan.
With their small casts and relatively low-cost production values, any of these shows could appear at a little theater near you.
little theater Movement in American theater to free dramatic forms and methods of production from the limitations of large commercial theaters by establishing small experimental centers of drama.
The free theaters of Europe inspired the little theater movement in the United States before World War I.
AUGUST 6 (MON), 6:15 PM (Gala Screening) - CCP Little Theater
at the CCP Ramp; and the Music Fair from July 20 to 21 will be at the Little Theater Lobby.
Somebody said, "There are hundreds of little theater groups up and down the country, but this is certainly going to be a very little one."
Examples of little theater at its best have occurred in every decade of this century.
Interested moviegoers only need to be an hour (or two) earlier at the venue to secure passes outside the Little Theater.