Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative form of theatregoing.
  • noun Alternative form of theatregoing.

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Examples

  • Nathan: Yet your audience is likely to consist of liberal, atheistic theatre-going types who already believe in freedom of speech and evolution.

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  • Nathan: Yet your audience is likely to consist of liberal, atheistic theatre-going types who already believe in freedom of speech and evolution.

    Spacey and Nunn on Inherit the Wind

  • It's a question being raised across the fringe this year as the conventions of theatre-going are put under the microscope: in performances such as the entertaining One Man Show, which at one point asks its audience to cough and eat sweets; and more seriously in White Rabbit Red Rabbit, a slippery play written by the young Iranian playwright, Nassim Soleimanpour, who can't leave Iran.

    Audience: witchhunt in the aisles

  • The Crazies is entirely enjoyable and an overall fun theatre-going flick, though there are a couple of pacing issues.

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  • Irving's adaptation, Orphan knew, had been wildly popular with the theatre-going public - particularly those of a young, mildly radical disposition - but was decried as dangerous nonsense by the palace, though Prime Minister Moriarty himself had so far kept silent on the issue.

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  • One of my great regrets (particularly as I financed the thing) is that her tour in Pinter's The Caretaker - it was cleverly renamed The Carrretakerrr at my insistence - proved a limited success with the theatre-going public.

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  • One of my great regrets (particularly as I financed the thing) is that her tour in Pinter's The Caretaker - it was cleverly renamed The Carrretakerrr at my insistence - proved a limited success with the theatre-going public.

    Harold Pinter and Eartha Kitt

  • "We have made the entire theatre-going experience a pleasure, including offering free parking in our large lot beside the theatre," Franzen said.

    Jay Weston: The Broad Stage -- Santa Monica's Wonderful Performing Arts Center!

  • I saw a critic's role, in any town or city, as a vital part of the theatre-going process.

    James Sims: Death of a Theatre Critic, Again

  • I was lucky enough to see it in its first run in New York, and it was one of the highlights of theatre-going for me during the decade.

    Decade: Some Books

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