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Synonyms for entr'acte

the interlude between two acts of a play

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a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance

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Pres de trois heures durant, separees par un entracte, les voix lyriques de l'Opera [beaucoup moins que] Don Giovanni [beaucoup plus grand que], usant dans les dialogues de transition dans le parler algerien, ont evolue sur une scene nue agrementee par un eclairage utile et une projection d'images indiquant le repere spatial.
Deliberately held discordant resolutions from the woodwind section at the end of movements also helped to season the otherwise period blandness of the music while the short but spirited Entracte, suite des vents and the final accelerando brought smiles to performers and audience alike.
Ils ne connaissaient pas le sens des mots [beaucoup moins que] ouvreuse [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] entracte [beaucoup plus grand que] et [beaucoup moins que] generique [beaucoup plus grand que].
Entracte is a subsidiary of catering firm Groupe Valentin Traiteur and produces approximately 27 million sandwiches per year.
En conjuguant ces deux aspects, les musiciens de D'zair se taillent au fil des soirs une reputation de performers: leurs concerts peuvent durer jusqu'a trois heures, avec entracte oE le groupe se desaltere sur scene en conversant avec le public
The four well-known pieces from The Bartered Bride make a cheerful start, and there are entractes and overtures from seven other operas, including The Two Widows, Libuse and The Brandenburgers in Bohemia.
A dramatist at heart, it would have been easy to hear this piece fit in to the entractes in any one of Strauss's operas and Ticciati certainly milked the piece for all its dramatic impact.