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  • n  a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented
  • n  the art of writing and producing plays
  • n  a region in which active military operations are in progress

  • The late Federal Theatre Project was the biggest State-subsidized theatre on record.
  • The little theatres of the land are dens of morbidity and exoticism.
  • A suit more jocose than bitter was brought in Manhattan last week by Abraham, William, Herbert Morton Minsky, proprietors of three burlesque theatres, against Sidney Ross .
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  • Theatre of Gadsden to present 'Paint Your Wagon'
    When Lewis Fuller was in the Gadsden Civic Theatre's production of the Broadway musical “Paint Your Wagon” in 1985, he played the role of Edgar Crocker, a Cockney “Miner 49” looking for gold in California in the 1850s gold rush.
    June 13, 2013 - The Gadsden Times
  • Georgia Theatre Co. debuts new 16-plex in Athens, GA
    Georgia Theatre Company will host the grand opening of its newest theatre, the multi-million-dollar University 16 Cinemas in Athens, GA, on June 14, 2013.
    June 12, 2013 - Film Journal
  • Theatre UCF opens bedroom farce 'Boeing Boeing'
    Theatre UCF's summer season opens with the bedroom farce "Boeing Boeing," running from June 13-July 20 in the Black Box theater.        
    June 11, 2013 - Orlando Sentinel

  • Tom Stoppard in Times Online
    The Oscar-winning writer Sir Tom Stoppard said: "With his earliest work he stood alone in British theatre up against the bewilderment and incomprehension of critics, the audience and writers, too."
  • Rio Ferdinand in BBC Sport
    It seems like there was a big show around the whole England squad,added Ferdinand. "It was like watching a theatre unfolding and football almost became a secondary element to the main event. When you step back and look back at that, you...
  • Robert Gates in Marine Corps Times (subscription)
    I've been wrestling for months to get more intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance assets into the theatre. Because people were stuck in old ways of doing business, it's been like pulling teeth,Gates said.

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