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And his parents were well-known country performers on stage and radio.
Ed Sheeran, one of the performers on the night, was a notable exception.
Vial distinguishes between two types of images—the innocent and the showoff, in which the performers “play” for her.
Hanging out backstage, documenting the performers and the life of the show, is like therapy for her, she says.
But for shows that are predominantly acrobatics, often the majority of the performers are Russian.
The performers and the nuns nearly died of fright, believing that their last hour had surely come.
We have already mentioned many fine instruments by Stradiuarius which are in the hands of connoisseurs and performers.
It is of such violins therefore that we find the great performers possess themselves.
The young people could stare through the windows and see the performers in front of the broadcasting sets.
Unfortunately, besides the three performers, no spectators witnessed this singular entertainment.
On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to performers, such as: association, band, cast, crew, ensemble, and gang.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.