afterpiece

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She did not act in the afterpiece, and Godolphin escorted her home to the inn.

The afterpiece was adapted from the Sultan of Marmontel, which we have also on our English stage.

The performances were "The Wheel of Fortune," and an afterpiece.

The operetta has only three acts, and is followed by no farce or afterpiece.

She hoped the afterpiece would be of the same general character, that they might all enjoy it as much as they had the play itself.

As for my young hostess, I knew she looked more gratified with my song than with the afterpiece, and that I felt to be something.

Thus all things being arranged, the audience takes its seat again, and the afterpiece begins.

Dismissed from the Stranger, however, the stage-book probably reappears in the afterpiece.

There was an afterpiece to the play; what had very nearly been a tragedy developing into something resembling a farce.

The afterpiece was omitted, and Macready escaping through a private door, hastened to his hotel.

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