playhouse[ pley-hous ]SEE DEFINITION OF playhouse
Synonyms for playhouse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLAYHOUSE
Colds caught at this season are The Companion to the Playhouse.
I was in the playhouse one night when Cà Ira was called for.
There was a balcony from which you could look down on the dancers as from the gallery of a playhouse.
She calls it her playhouse and you'd think 'twas Heaven the way she loves to stay there.
In the autumn of 1580 he saw an opportunity to break the lease and close the playhouse.
The first passage cited may refer to the playhouse at Newington Butts.
After this there is no evidence to connect the playhouse with dramatic performances.
This is the last that we hear of the playhouse, that was "in times past as famous as any of the other."
For a time, no doubt, affairs at the playhouse were at a standstill.
It is possible, then, that the building was an old cockpit made into a playhouse.