from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A bulletin board backstage in a theater for posting instructions and notices.


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  • It was only then, I became aware of the shrilling of the callboard.

    Duel Under the Double Sun

  • _Macbeth_ on the callboard, but Miss Nefer's getting ready for

    No Great Magic

  • WAVELAND - Amid a cluster of vibrant-hued daubers, 36 playing cards and a chilled soda at her usual table, bingo regular Dee Darensbourg gazes at the illuminated 1960s-style callboard as she anticipates her winning number.


  • Non-AEA auditioners must come in to sign up for an audition slot on the callboard in Room 325 at the Roy W. and Elizabeth E. Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre; AEA members may call Beth Williamson at 801-585-5855 to sign up. Featured Content

  • Mr. Randall posted the scene order on the callboard at precisely nine o’clock.

    The Devil’s in the Diva


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