Vaudéville

Vaudéville is a commune in the Vosges department in Lorraine in northeastern France. ...
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vaudeville

[n] - a variety show with songs and comic acts etc.
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vaudeville

Stage entertainment popular in the USA from the 1890s to the 1920s, featuring a variety of acts such as comedy sketches, song-and-dance routines, and so on. Vaudeville is in the same tradition...
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Vaudeville

Vaude'ville noun [ French, from Vau-de- vire , a village in Normandy, where Olivier Basselin, at the end of the 14th century, composed such songs.] [ Written also vaudevil .] 1. A kind of song of a lively character, frequently embodying a satire on some person or event, sung ...
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Vaudeville

Vaude'ville noun Loosely, and now commonly, variety (see above), as, to play in vaudeville ; a vaudeville actor.
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vaudeville

music hall noun a variety show with songs and comic acts etc.
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Vaudeville

• (n.) Loosely, and now commonly, variety (see above), as, to play in vaudeville; a vaudeville actor. • (n.) A kind of song of a lively character, frequently embodying a satire on some person or event, sung to a familiar air in couplets with a refrain; a street song; a topical song. • (n.) A theatrical piece, usually a comedy, the di...
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vaudeville

light entertainment popular in the United States from the mid-1890s until the early 1930s that consisted of 10 to 15 individual unrelated acts, ... [11 related articles]
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vaudeville

vaudeville (vôd'vil) , originally a light song, derived from the drinking and love songs formerly attributed to Olivier Basselin and called Vau, or Vaux, de Vire. Similar to the English music hall, American vaudeville was a live entertainment consisting of unrelated songs, dances, acrobati...
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Vaudeville

In drama, vaudeville is a light and amusing play in which dialogue is intermingled with songs, and almost identical with musical comedy. The term originated in the 15th century with Olivier Basselin of the valleys of the Vire, in Normandy, the author of a number of drinking and love songs, which he circulated under the title Lais des Vaux de Vire, ...
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Vaudeville

[disambiguation] Vaudeville was a theatrical genre of variety entertainment in the United States and Canada from the early 1880s until the early 1930s. Vaudeville may also refer to: ...
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Vaudeville

[song] A vaudeville is a French satirical poem or song born of the 17th and 18th centuries. Its name is lent to the French theatrical entertainment comédie en vaudeville of the 19th and 20th century. From these vaudeville took its name. The earliest vaudeville was the vau de vire, a Norman song of the 15th century, named after the valley o...
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Vaudeville

Vaudeville is a theatrical genre of variety entertainment. It was especially popular in the United States and Canada from the early 1880s until the early 1930s. A typical vaudeville performance is made up of a series of separate, unrelated acts grouped together on a common bill. Types of acts have included popular and classical musicians, singers,...
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Vaudeville

Anti-naturalistic performance style in which the actor reminds the viewer that the character is not
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