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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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On Monday, July 15, customers dining at McAlister's Deli locations in the Chicago suburbs will be helping to fund FREE programs offered at GiGi's Playhouse to support individuals with Down syndrome in reaching their full potential.
Headteacher Wendy Davie said: "The playhouse is going to be the heartbeat of our playground."
Purchase on line at http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com or call the Playhouse Box Office at 310-394-9779 ext.1.
Meanwhile, at the Playhouse, Adam Buxton brings his clever brand of comedy and Richard Herring hosts the RHLSTP podcast with special guests to be announced.
A spokesman for Renfrewshire Council said: "We are working with colleagues at Police Scotland following the vandalism of a wooden playhouse in the Early Learning and Childcare Class playground at St Anne's Nursery.
The Playhouse has a track record of attracting a star performer who takes the parents back to their teenage years and 2018 is no different, with the appearance of Antony Costa, one quarter of the boy band Blue ("who once sang with Sir Elton John", he reminds us on stage).
Splitpixel Creative launched a new website for the theatre - formerly known as West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Tosh discusses staging early modern plays in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe, which opened in London in January 2014.
The first GiGi's Playhouse was just the beginning of an extraordinary journey that has led to more than 35 Down syndrome achievement centers throughout the United States and in Mexico, with many more in the pipeline.
Northumberland County Council has exchanged contracts with both the Northumberland Theatre Company (NTC) and Alnwick District Playhouse Trust, who co-own the building.
As the need to define and defend this use of the word "playhouse" indicates, time period and terminology confound current debate.