“No one, except fifty or sixty thousand playgoers in London,” said Dick.
Etherege's comedies were, in their day, the dear delight of the majority of playgoers.
Years ago, our Playgoers Club asked me how the censorship could be abolished.
In the August of 1867 playgoers had mourned for the loss of their beloved Kate Terry.
As a writer he had scandalised a whole generation of playgoers.
He greeted me by name, also to my surprise, and told me he had heard me speak at the Playgoers' Club.
Her audience was more fastidious than the playgoers of Dresden and Warsaw.
Let those of them who have been playgoers cast their minds back to their experience of theatres.
The pleasures of vice were already flaunted before the playgoers.
Assuredly these were very hard times for players, playhouses, and playgoers.