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Synonyms for vaudeville

a variety show with songs and comic acts etc


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And Barney entered into the hell of education that later won his purchaser more time than he could deliver over the best vaudeville circuits in Canada and the United States.
Shelley, who wrote vaudeville turns in the concrete cell, was a chronic pessimist.
Suffering would be out of place in vaudevilles, for instance; I know that.
The third, the Olympic, is a tiny show-box for vaudevilles and burlesques.
Charlotte Greenwood; the life and career of the comic star of vaudeville, radio, and film.
If you had questions about vaudeville, Denishawn, the Harlem Renaissance, Ailey, McKayle, Pomare, but especially Dunham or Primus, Joe was the man.
Only the opening - someone starts to describe the most disgusting vaudeville act ever - and the non sequitur punch line are consistent.
Two-and-a-half years in the making, the project is an interactive computer-game-style simulation of the vaudeville experience circa 1895, painstakingly recreated by a team of theatre historians and computer technologists, led by the University of Georgia's David Saltz.
The Comic Offense From Vaudeville to Contemporary Comedy: Larry David, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, and Dave Chappelle
com)-- Vaudeville Cafe in Chattanooga, TN will be kicking off a food drive beginning July 4th on Independence Day.
Shirley Andress thinks of her as a powerful stage singer with roots in vaudeville.
Two years later, Keith acquired the Bijou Theatre next door and opened it as a vaudeville house.
They are all performers in a small-town vaudeville circuit where a runaway donkey has been known to shut down the show.
The blonde student hit the town - and the cocktail bar - at one of Belfast's trendiest hot spots, Cafe Vaudeville.
There has always been a place for the charismatic actor, but vaudeville was one place they could have really shine d.