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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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The contracts include an agreement that the local authority will grant a new 50-year lease to the Playhouse Trust, so it continues to operate as a theatre, studio, bar and a cafe facility.
Young Everyman Playhouse (YEP) was recently named Theatre School of the Year at The Stage Awards in London.
The Instant Playhouse comes in a variety of color and themes, including customizable graphics.
A playhouse is a complete environmental art, requiring complex thinking, seeing and understanding of relationships between exterior and interior.
In 1928, Robert Donat (The 39 Steps, Goodbye Mr Chips) began a year at the Liverpool Playhouse, where he starred in plays by Shaw, Brighouse and Galsworthy among others.
The non-profit playhouse has year-old accounts payable to vendors of between $600,000 and $700,000, he said, and the 92-year Pasadena institution finds itself yet again in a struggle for survival.
Whitley Bay Playhouse is currently closed awaiting a pounds 5.
Now Farzana has her own 8ft garden playhouse fully furnished and painted in her favourite colour pink to hold her parties with friends.
Edinburgh City Council decided the wooden playhouse built for Noah Miller, four, and three-year-old sister Naomi will have to be torn down after it was refused planning permission.
We are delighted that Lilly Pulitzer will establish a beachhead in Westport's Playhouse Square," said Healey.
The Playhouse Dance Company's theater has been renamed the Pittsburgh Playhouse of Point Park College.
Consumer Action: Disassemble the playhouse and don't let your children use it.