Did you mayhaps mean theatergoers?
“Or, if you're more of a theatregoer, the Olivier nominee Tender or its complex and equally lauded Splendour.”
“Thankfully, they fetched a constable, and the constable, being a theatregoer, recognised him and fetched Tom.”
“With a tightly-knit ensemble that has dug deep into their characters and found so much more than appears on the printed page, this production should not be missed by any serious theatregoer in the Bay area.”
“Reviews for the London Buffini show have been great, all in all, with the Times's Libby Purves going the full five stars (although one inveterate theatregoer I work with actually found it very hard to sit through).”
“I'm proud, and also a bit embarrassed, to say that I was the mayor, for a week or so, of the St. James [Theatre] after American Idiot started previews," said Allison Broder, a 24-year-old theatregoer and social networking user.”
“When any theatregoer spends that much time watching and listening to the audience instead of looking at the screen, something isn't happening in the movie bigtime.”
“DArby smiled, like a theatregoer offering approval of a performance.”
“Ticket sales reflect theatregoer discontent… « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture”
“Fo is captured by this effervescent movement and proves to be an insatiable theatregoer - even though he usually can't afford to buy a seat and has to stand through the performances.”
“Thus, the theatregoer of Elizabethan days might—after devoting several hours to viewing the incomparable Burbage perform King Lear at the Globe—cap his afternoon of leisure by attending the protracted public torture, evisceration, and dismemberment of a condemned traitor.”
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