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playbill

1. a poster or bill advertising a play
2. the programme of a play
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The playbill features a selection of the most famous artists who have trodden the Hippodrome's boards over the last 120 years, such as The Beatles and Judy Garland.
This will be followed by Variety and Vaudeville - The Stars of Birmingham Hippodrome which will take a closer look at the acts featured on the anniversary playbill installation.
SHORT CODES Airtel, the second largest mobile service provider, had continued to operate playbill numbers of betting firms a week into the crackdown.
Allen-Martin said she and Henley were offered about $12,500 and a "with thanks to" credit in the playbill. They rejected the offer.
? The playbill for opening night at the Tower of Varieties and Circus looks crazily exotic: the Wonderful Brothers Clarke; Adas and Vulcana; Three Escaladors; Mademoiselle Pamamoto; Little Valdo (The Funniest Clown on Earth); Chiyokichi; The Leglere Troupe (famous acrobats); Three Martinettis; Willie Richard (alias Rabbit); The Mayos; Edgar and Eugene; Cliffe Berzac (animal acts); and last but not least, but possibly highest, The Zoes (champion aerial flying gymnasts).
What the Constitution Means to Me (constitution-broad way.com), a 100-minute play written by and starring Heidi Schreck, opened on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theater on March 31, 2019, after an off-Broadway run at New York Theatre Workshop (playbill.com/production/what-the-constitution-means-to-mehelen-hayes-theater-2018-2019).
Hengler's Circus, Dale Street, and Liverpool's oldest playbill, right
Stay tuned with Dubai Calendar to see who's next on BASE Dubai's star-studded playbill this year.
PlayBill ranked Oklahoma City University among this year's Top 10 Most Represented Colleges on Broadway.
She said: 'We even patiently waited after the play just so we could have a picture taken with her and have her autograph my playbill.'
The playbill at Berlin's WaldbE-hne includes popular works by the composers Joseph Canteloube and Paul Lincke.
Ed was thrilled to see an Off-Broadway production, he read Playbill religiously online, and was a regular supporter of many regional productions in our city of Philadelphia.