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dressing room

Theatre a room backstage for an actor to change clothing and to make up
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dressing room

A room used for changing costumes and applying makeup in a theater, opera house, and the like.
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ROCK legends Black Sabbath didn't followed the hell-raiser tradition of trashing dressing rooms when they returned to Birmingham for two gigs - they officially opened them.
EVERTON legend Joe Royle reckons the dressing rooms of his playing days would have sorted out Luis Suarez.
SIR ALEX FERGUSON has bemoaned the size of some Premier League dressing rooms, with Everton's Goodison Park one of the grounds on his hit list.
EVERTON'S dressing rooms have come under fire from ranting Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
When Robbins approved our use of ATL for a series of performances, we were in dance heaven--two studios, dressing rooms, and a large lobby!