Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A trademark for a program of a theatrical performance.

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Examples

  • Robinson‘s drawings of Broadway theatre appeared for years in Playbill magazine.

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  • The program itself is entirely a Ford production: most Broadway shows distribute a magazine called Playbill, but because Playbill accepts advertisements for other brands, Ford banned the publication and created a lookalike program named Showbill.

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  • The program itself is entirely a Ford production: most Broadway shows distribute a magazine called Playbill, but because Playbill accepts advertisements for other brands, Ford banned the publication and created a lookalike program named Showbill.

    Experiential Marketing

  • Returning to Canada in 1952 he spent the next eight years with CBC with credit for such famous successes as "General Motors Presents," Proctor & Gamble's "On Camera", Ford Motors '"Playbill" and "Space Command".

    The Challenge of Change

  • Vail Valley: Resort rolls out 'Playbill' summer promotion

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  • 2 Instead of the official magazine for the theatre-goer being "Playbill", Audrey and Russell and the other people in the audience can be seen reading and clutching their copies of "Castbill".

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  • Playbill.com reported that the show will open for previews on October 13, at Circle in the Square Theater with an opening night slated for November 7th.

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  • Playbill.com reported that the show will open for previews on October 13, at Circle in the Square Theater with an opening night slated for November 7th.

    Hunter Parrish Of 'Weeds' Playing Jesus In Broadway's 'Godspell'

  • Bartlett Sher, a Tony winner who's directing the revival, told Playbill: It's important that people not see this casting process as trying to find the next Barbra Streisand.

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  • As Ms. Paulus explained to Playbill, their purpose in rewriting DuBose Heyward's libretto was "to strengthen the piece dramatically...filling out what's never been explored, taking the characters steps further, completing them, fully realizing them."

    Rewriting 'Porgy and Bess'—Is the Text of a Classic Ever Sacred?

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