playhouse

(from the article `theatrical production`) Performer and audience exist together in a common area, within which there is a clearly delineated performing space (ring, stage platform, pit) and ...
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playhouse

[n] - plaything consisting of a small model of a house that children can play inside of
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Playhouse

• (n.) A building used for dramatic exhibitions; a theater. • (n.) A house for children to play in; a toyhouse.
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playhouse

wendy house noun plaything consisting of a small model of a house that children can play inside of
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Playhouse

[Sleaford] The Playhouse is a theatre in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England. Sleaford Playhouse is a Grade II listed Georgian building dating from 1820. Prior to it being restored and re-opened as a theatre in 2000 it had been used as a benefits office and library. ...
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Playhouse

Play'house` noun [ Anglo-Saxon pleghūs .] 1. A building used for dramatic exhibitions; a theater. Shak. 2. A house for children to play in; a toyhouse.
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