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arena

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hall

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I can stand it no longer, and I think, I may say, that nothing shall ever tempt me to it again; but one good thing I have just ascertained: it is the very room for a theatre, precisely the shape and length for it; and the doors at the farther end, communicating with each other, as they may be made to do in five minutes, by merely moving the bookcase in my father's room, is the very thing we could have desired, if we had sat down to wish for it; and my father's room will be an excellent greenroom.
If you are resolved on acting," replied the persevering Edmund, "I must hope it will be in a very small and quiet way; and I think a theatre ought not to be attempted.
Something of a theatre we must have undoubtedly, but it will be on the simplest plan: a green curtain and a little carpenter's work, and that's all; and as the carpenter's work may be all done at home by Christopher Jackson himself, it will be too absurd to talk of expense; and as long as Jackson is employed, everything will be right with Sir Thomas.
Edmund had little to hope, but he was still urging the subject when Henry Crawford entered the room, fresh from the Parsonage, calling out, "No want of hands in our theatre, Miss Bertram.
He acts in the piece that the officers of the 52nd get up at the Rochester Theatre to-morrow night.
About this time, and when he had been existing for upwards of a year no one knew how, I had a short engagement at one of the theatres on the Surrey side of the water, and here I saw this man, whom I had lost sight of for some time; for I had been travelling in the provinces, and he had been skulking in the lanes and alleys of London.
After the morning's rehearsal they went to work again, nor did they stop, except for a hasty dinner, until it was time to repair to the theatre at night.
The circumstances under which the Count had left the theatre suggested to me that his extraordinary anxiety to escape Pesca might carry him to further extremities still.
HE knows YOU--he is afraid of you--he has left the theatre to escape you.
They went out, locking the door of the theatre behind them; and Utterson, once more leaving the servants gathered about the fire in the hall, trudged back to his office to read the two narratives in which this mystery was now to be explained.
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More than 400 shows were registered for award consideration, and more than 30 awards were handed out Monday at the Orpheum Theatre.
Two Boys in Bed on a Cold Winter's Night (The Island Repertory Theatre Company, Cherry Grove, Fire Island, N.
It was also important to maintain the intimate feeling of the Festival Theatre and the views from its foyers and terraces.
For most of us, scholars and artists alike, in the under-documented field popularly labeled "Black Theatre," it is difficult to respond to this voluminous book on black theatre history over the last two and a half centuries without at least an intimation of awe and reverence.