Afterpiece

An afterpiece is a short, usually humorous one-act playlet or musical work following the main attraction, the full-length play, and concluding the theatrical evening. This short comedy, farce, opera or pantomime was a popular theatrical form in the 18th and 19th centuries. It was presented to lighten the five-act tragedy that was commonly performe...
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Afterpiece

• (n.) A piece performed after a play, usually a farce or other small entertainment. • (n.) The heel of a rudder.
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afterpiece

noun a brief dramatic piece (usually comic) presented after a play
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Afterpiece

Aft'er·piece` noun 1. A piece performed after a play, usually a farce or other small entertainment. 2. (Nautical) The heel of a rudder.
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afterpiece

minor piece after a play
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afterpiece

supplementary entertainment presented after full-length plays in 18th-century England. Afterpieces usually took the form of a short comedy, farce, ...
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afterpiece

[n] - a brief dramatic piece (usually comic) presented after a play
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