Here, then, the mental state of the theatergoer
is the center of attention.
added: "Then they started leaping around shouting 'nastrovia' (cheers in Russian) ...
And to be honest it wasn't because I was a dance lover, although I was already a dance fanatic of some five years standing, that I first went to the Piccadilly Theatre season, but more as a general theatergoer
Enders centers her inquiry on the distinction between the spectator as physical theatergoer
and as psychic onlooker.
's Guide to Shakespeare is just that sort of nifty compendium that allows you to brush up your Shakespeare faster than you brush your hair.
The Tony Award-winning actress-singer got irked at some theatergoers
for breaking one of those rules: taking photos.
Musical tickets are on sale on TV shopping channels to reach out to potential theatergoers
1-3 will have some familiar faces for opera and theatergoers
in the Worcester area who go down to see the production.
StageGrade quickly became for the stage what Rotten Tomatoes has become for the screen, serving as a trustworthy and indispensable guide for theatergoers
. StageGrade's objective grades of plays and musicals have been regularly cited in the New York Times and other major media outlets, and have guided thousands of theatergoers
to the shows they are most likely to enjoy.
The fest launched in 1997 with 175 shows attracting some 20,000 theatergoers
. Although the slate has stabilized in recent years to around 200 shows per year (with 194 on tap for the 2011 incarnation, running Aug.
Organizers say this reflects a connection between avid theatergoers
and avid readers, something they tapped into when they organized the club three years ago at the Off-Broadway theater.
This book will add a rich new layer for theatergoers
at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and elsewhere.