property man


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property man

n
(Theatre) a member of the stage crew in charge of the stage properties. Usually shortened to: propman
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Noun1.property man - member of the stage crew in charge of properties
stage technician, stagehand - an employee of a theater who performs work involved in putting on a theatrical production
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property man

property manager n (Theatre) → trovarobe m inv
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Eric Grove was a hugely successful, and still is, property man.
(25) The reviewer writing for The Times of the revival of the play at the Kingsway Theatre noted that it was made up of "decorative fragments, of which you may detach one or two without damaging a dramatic fabric." (26) As noted previously, Gordon Craig saw the British production of The Yellow Jacket as a piece of chinoiserie and "a nice parody of the Chinese way," especially its misuse of the property man, "a sensation to the yokels of London." (27)
Lost property man Roy Fazackerley returned it to the Irish singer as she arrived in the city.
Tom Gilman, Kier Property man aging director for the North, said: "This acquisition forms part of our UKwide strategy to acquire land and property in order to deliver a full range of directlet student facil ities, which we will then retain as an investment.
A well-known property man in the city and beyond, he built his firm, Bucknall Austin, into the international property and construction powerhouse Rider Levett Bucknall, which now employs 3,500 people in 120 offices.
In 1864 in London, Tom Robertson, the Victorian playwright and journalist, wrote a series of humorous articles about theatrical types for The Illustrated Times in which he called the property man a "mysterious mechanic" and a "gifted getter-up of gnomes, salamanders, dragons' heads, and fairies' wings." Over the past twenty-some years I've been working in theatre, these wonderfully strange, collaborative, and creative prop people were, for the most part, either a product of their own curiosities or they were strays from the disciplines of design and stagecraft.
Italian police named the property man as a suspect in their 'Ndrangheta inquiry and issued an arrest warrant.
The move "New shop had been part of a refrigeration business," says Sam, "I'd been nagging our property man Chris Green, and cried when I saw how it'd been done up.
There are two scally graffiti artists, a girl escaping from a crooked property dealer boyfriend, the property man and his two henchmen, a fed-up fireman, a teacher in love with the girl and a man who wants to jump.
Most recently, she had a long relationship with property man James Tanner, but it didn't last.
I think itAEs incredible what people do up there in very difficult conditions.o Faith Multi-millionaire Peter Thomas is developing a pounds 25m leisure complex in Merthyr Tydfil, above, and has great confidence in the future of the much-decried Valleys town.: A property man with a passion for rugby:Peter Thomas is both chairman of Atlantic Property Developments and the Cardiff Blues rugby team.
London property man Jeremy Lambourne and pro partner Lucas Parsons of Australia topped the team event on 23 under par when rain stopped play for them after seven holes of the Kingsbarns course.

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