peep-bo

peep-bo

n
(Games, other than specified) another name for peekaboo1
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He was a little high-dried man, with a dark squeezed-up face, and small, restless, black eyes, that kept winking and twinkling on each side of his little inquisitive nose, as if they were playing a perpetual game of peep-bo with that feature.
Sioned Gwen Davies (Pitti-Sing), Rebecca Bottone (Yum-Yum) and Emma Kerr (Peep-Bo)
All three of the female leads--Eve-lyn de la Haye (Yum-Yum), Laura Brandt (Peep-Bo), and Jennifer Sproule (Pitti-Sing)--were excellent in their parts, clear toned, bright and youthful.
By the time we reached And Drums Will Crash with Richard Brook, as Pooh-Bah and Chris Comber as Pish-Tush, the show was nicely in the swing, and it really burst into life with the entry of the Three Little Maids, led by the excellent Laura Crowther as Yum-Yum, and brilliantly supported by Louisa LeFevre as Pitti-Sing and Zoe Clarkson and Peep-Bo.
Dads who play peep-bo with their babies, who teach their toddlers to kick a football, who hold their children's hands when they go shopping all help to make their children feel more wanted, secure and loved.
The same dilemma faced Joshua Taylor (as Pish-Tush, a nobleman) and Andrea Pisani (Peep-Bo) and Jacque Eileen Wilson (Pitti-Sing).
Five years ago, Joan Burnie had Camilla a nasty piece - now she has her a nice lady after playing peep-bo at the garden party.
The Mikado Malcolm Rivers Nanki-Poo Colin Lee Ko-Ko Richard Suart Pooh-Bah Royce Mills Pish-Tush Gareth Jones Yum-Yum Jacqueline Varsey Pitti-Sing Maria Jones Peep-Bo Sophie-Louise Dann Katisha Deborah Hawksley With: Davina Adshead, Ruth Brown, Bethany Halliday, Anthea Kempston, Rachel Taylor, Vivien Care, Shelley Coulter-Smith, Bridget Hardy, Rachel Munro, Sandra Nakhosteen, Louise Van De Bours, Julian Alexander Smith, Stephen Brown, Steven Fawell, David Heathcote, James Llewellyn Thomas, Dean Macrae, Dominic Barrand, Robert M.
Steve Redfern is The Mikado, with Louisa Lefevre as Pitti-Sing , Zoe Clarkson as Peep-Bo Zoe, Chris Comber as Pish-Tush, Richard Brook as Pooh-Bah Richard Brook and Sharon Whitehead as Katisha.
Crane, Jacque Eileen Wilson as Pitti-Sing and Andrea Pisani as Peep-Bo. (3) At right, members of the Worcester Master Singers play the role of the Japanese chorus.
There will be just as many familiar faces among the female characters with Elaine Richmond as Yum-Yum, Becky Gregson-Flynn as Pitti-Sing, Maria Ackroyd as Peep-Bo and Celia Poole as Katisha.