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- n. a bulletin board backstage in a theater.
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- n. a bulletin board backstage in a theater
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At the stage door of the deserted theater Eden slipped a dollar into the hand of the doorman, and was permitted to step inside and examine the call-board.
Anything of interest to the company is posted on the call-board.
(G) All communications which refer to the company in general shall be posted upon the call-board.
All communications which refer to the company in general shall be posted upon the call-board.
In the professional theatre the call-board is usually placed near the stage door.
Pupils in my courses are required to read the call-board because in reading the call-board, the booklet and the other literature that we get out, you will absorb a lot in the way of showmanship and stage-craft.
Confused shouts arose from the bull-pen; but the original superplane was at the top of the call-board and accordingly King, Breckenridge, and Czuv embarked upon an expedition more hazardous far than they had supposed -- an expedition whose every feature was relayed to those in the portal by the automatic lookouts upon the rims and which was ended before a single supporting
It's almost like we put up a sign-up sheet on the call-board.