- n. Plural form of performance.
“Mr. Thompson recently received the Joe A. Callaway A.ard for his title performances in OTHELLO and THE EMPEROR JONES.”
“On This Day Sammy Davis Jr., in Toronto for two weeks of performances, is a guest on CBC's The Way It Is because of his opposition to the Vietnam War.”
“The first of the two DVD's offer early career performances from the early 80's in Houston and Indianapolis as well as interviews and performance footage from his Outlaws of Comedy troupe.”
“Unfortunately, the people reading the words on this script turn in performances that range from acceptable to miserable.”
“Again, you have all of these fantastic elements – the set design, the costumes, certain performances, the action scenes – and all the audience is going to see (well, rather should see) is the horrible post-conversion to 3D.”
“There is much to enjoy, including Mark Rylance's tour de force rendition of Valere, a vulgar boob who never shuts up, and spot-on performances from the Princess (a wonderfully haughty Joanna Lumley) and elder arts statesman Elomire (David Hyde Pierce).”
“According to Studio, the show will begin performances May 25 in the Milton Theater, in the Studio complex on 14th and P Streets NW.”
“According to the permit, fans can expect performances from the Roots, Sheryl Crow and a duet between Jeff Tweedy and Mavis Staples.”
“The truth of these performances is memorable, and illustrates a fundamental characteristic of the Hamptons festival: the films have heart, starting with the opening night's "Barney's Version.”
“The discussion of their best performances is also always close at hand.”
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