green room


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green room

A lounge near the stage of a theater or concert hall where actors or musicians may rest or receive visitors before or after a performance.
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THE GREEN ROOM BY WENDELL RODRICKS RAIN TREE; ` 595 Rodricks grew up in a Mumbai chawl where people " crapped on top of others' crap" to save water and hookers gave clients dubious shots
Sam Anson, British Plastics & Rubber Editor added: "The Green Room represents an important new development for Interplas and the British plastics industry.
CLOSER up in Lord Shanakill's pedigree, Green Room is a half-sister to Yellow Ribbon Handicap winner Spanish Fern and Rusty Back, who produced US Grade 1 winner Heatseeker.
Although the conversation took place in the green room and not on air, her remark was heard by several members of the production team, as well as Chiles.
By making the row so public, someone in that green room has turned Thatcher into a champion of free speech - a role she does not deserve.
Police told the city council's licensing committee they had been called to The Green Room 25 times between March and September to deal with violent outbreaks in or outside the pub.
First up in the Gibson Green Room weekly series are featured artists Cartel, Dropkick Murphys, The Thrills, Ferraby Lionhear, and many more.
James Given's filly improves with every outing and beat John Dunlop's pair, Wannabe Posh and Green Room in a Listed event at Haydock last month.
After all, The Green Room is situated in a part of Brum that is more built-up than a Lego champion's hobby shed.
Dude, dial it back; take a Zoloft,'' Denis Leary, also lounging in the green room, drawls sardonically.
In addition, she will work to organize "The Global Green Room," bringing together leading practicing artists to identify issues concerning "the soul" of America's culture and to create ways in which artists may regularly interact with each other and with the population at large through technology.