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playbill

1. a poster or bill advertising a play
2. the programme of a play
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Last fall, the matter of billing made headlines when a dispute arose over how the playbill for Broadway's Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 would credit the nonprofit Ars Nova, which had commissioned and initially mounted the show.
3) Throughout her career Jane Moody was attentive to how the playbill could evoke the specificity in time and place of the performance event, vividly imagining, in Illegitimate Theatre in London, "many a spectator poring over the contents of a bill by the light of a candle in a gloomy rented two-pair back.
We had a genial conversation, and he signed our playbill.
The complete playbill of all ballet performances in St.
The Playbill Broadway Yearbook appears in its tenth updated edition and takes the form of a school yearbook, packed with photos and history from the entire 2013-14 Broadway season.
On Sunday, the students attended the ceremony and received awards for Best Playbill, Best Production Number for "Shoeless Joe,'' Best Ensemble, Best Actress for Brittany Price, Best Choreographer for Dustienne Miller, and Best Director for Tom Alera.
Tenants represented by Abdo during his career include Chadboume & Parke, Rodman & Renshaw, Leukemia Society of America, Playbill Inc.
This volume provides very brief descriptions of the jury deliberations for the awarding of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama from 1917 to 2013, typically by just describing how many jurors elected to vote for the play and some of their conclusions of its worth, accompanied by career biographies of the award-winning playwrights and a reproduction of the playbill for the winning play (or, in the cases of no prize being awarded, other material, such as the letter of the jury to the Pulitzer Board describing their conclusions).
either there is an error in the dating on the playbill .
Its sister site, the Playbill Vault (playbillvault.
Susan Edwards, Glamorgan archivist, left, and Jane Miller, preservation assistant, inspect a Theatre Royal playbill PICTURE: Richard Swingler
A thought experiment with the title-page of Q1 Merchant of Venice leads to the possibility of Shakespeare's hand in both the playbill and title-page.