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playhouse

a theatre where live dramatic performances are given

Playhouse

A building in which plays and musical performances are given; a theater; a small building serving children as a make-believe home.

playhouse

1. A place of assembly for dramatic presentations.
2. A small building serving children as a make-believe home.
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And Best made her professional debut in Popcorn at the Playhouse and has since gone on to make a name for herself on the small and big screen, with recent roles in Ripper Street and The Woman in Black.
From 1922-1944, actor William Armstrong returned as a producer and director raising The Playhouse to unique national importance.
It's going to take such swift and aggressive action by the board, staff, audiences and area-wide supporters to get the playhouse through the winter and go on to "right the ship for once and all," Eich said.
Today North Tyneside Council said they had done everything they could to support the playhouse and vowed to help dig it out of the hole.
H o m e -Count Count | |appears at Playhouse grown shows include Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Nick Bagnall, at the Everyman from March 20 to April 11, and Cartoonopolis, the debut play by Young Everyman Playhouse (YEP) graduate Lewis Bray, which will be performed in the Playhouse Studio in February.
Today the Playhouse is launching a campaign to try and raise pounds 400,000 towards essential refurbishments which would ensure its survival.
Taylor Woodrow Homes put together an "extreme" team to build the playhouse, including architects JZMK Partners and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" designer Paul DiMeo, who was instrumental in conceptualizing the idea.
The Playhouse Parade @ CityPlace consisted of five child-size (8' X 12') "dream homes" built by five of GCBA's most prominent builders: a Medieval Fortress by Centex Homes, The Manor by Engle Homes, Tuxedo Park by the Lennar Family of Builders, La Petite Maison by Sunland Homes and a French Country Cottage Hideaway by WCI.
The Watts Prophets bring jazz-infused poetry and positive messages of hope and faith with a unique blend of music and relevant spoken word to the Playhouse at 2 p.
As artistic director of La Jolla Playhouse, Hamburger was responsible for a six-play season, during which she led the development of programming from creative conceit to fully mounted productions on the Playhouse stages.
Porter's foundation purchased the playhouse in 2000 to give the Woodland Hills theater a home.
The client for the project is the Playhouse Square Foundation of Cleveland.