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The playgoer no longer demands whatever of primal passion is presented to him to be dressed in doublet and hose.
He discovered that he had quite a number of startling ideas about theatre-construction, based on his own experience as a playgoer.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
That was a splendid time for the so-called "country" playgoer.
ELLEN TERRY AND HER SISTERST. EDGAR PEMBERTON
Lastly, I love the theatre, and have been an enthusiastic playgoer.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
It takes the playgoer a long way back, to be thinking about this old piece and the casts that it has had upon the American stage.
SHADOWS OF THE STAGEWILLIAM WINTER
The playgoer who never saw Charles Fisher as Triplet can scarcely claim that he ever saw the part at all.
SHADOWS OF THE STAGEWILLIAM WINTER
Such undesigned coincidences are interesting to reader and playgoer, and in no way detract from the author's originality.
The playgoer does not always agree with the player, still less with that unfortunate object, the poor actor-manager.
The "well-made play" of the day before yesterday is not a canon for all time, even for the most conservative playgoer.
THE BLACK CATJOHN TODHUNTER
Dr. Forman, the astrologer who kept notes of some of his experiences as a playgoer, saw ‘Cymbeline’ acted either in 1610 or 1611.

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