Playbill Play"bill`, n. A printed programme of a play, with the parts assigned to the actors. [1913 Webster]

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  • Playbill — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Playbill es una revista mensual estadounidense para aficionados al teatro. Aunque hay una edición disponible por subscripción para entrega a domicilio, muchos Playbills son impresos para los espectáculos en un… …   Wikipedia Español

  • playbill — playbill; Playbill; …   English syllables

  • playbill — (n.) also play bill, 1670s, from PLAY (Cf. play) (n.) + BILL (Cf. bill) (n.1) …   Etymology dictionary

  • playbill — [plā′bil΄] n. 1. a poster or circular advertising a play 2. a program of a play, listing the cast, staff, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Playbill — Infobox Magazine title = Playbill image size = 200px image caption = The cover of the Playbill issue for The Producers. editor = Judy Samelson editor title = frequency = Monthly circulation = 3,896,000 monthly [… …   Wikipedia

  • playbill — UK [ˈpleɪˌbɪl] / US noun [countable] Word forms playbill : singular playbill plural playbills old fashioned a printed advertisement for a play …   English dictionary

  • Playbill —    Printer Frank Vance Strauss established a company to produce programs for New York theatrical productions in 1884. These programs were of the four page variety typical of the period, but in 1911 Strauss created a longer format filled with… …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • playbill — noun Date: 1616 a bill advertising a play and usually announcing the cast …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Playbill — trademark used for a theater program …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • playbill — /play bil /, n. a program or announcement of a play. [1665 75; PLAY + BILL1] * * * …   Universalium

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