Traducción de first night en Español:

first night

noche del estreno, n.

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    noche del estreno femenino
    estreno masculino
    • The first-night audience kept applauding after the house lights came up, and there can be few greater compliments.
    • Occasional first-night glitches were far outweighed by the spirit of the acting.
    • Certainly the first-night audience was taken by surprise, excited to uproar by the violent rhythms of Stravinsky's music and Nijinsky's choreography.
    • I can also say that the terrifically funny Pythonesque sequences had the first-night audience hooting and gasping.
    • On stage, Solti grew so excited that he rang BBC bosses and begged them to attend the first night.
    • We had a record breaking 57 curtain calls on the first night.
    • The first people in the theatre, they walked out - but after the first night, there were lines around the theatre, they sold out the mezzanine.
    • The first-night crowd erupted as expected, but a conductor's success cannot be measured in decibels of applause.
    • The play begins a five-night run at the Hawk's Well Theatre tonight at 8pm and while first-night nerves might be par-for-the-course, so is a quality production full of vibrant energy.
    • On the first night of this run, the Royal Ballet reached its 750th performance of Sleeping Beauty at the Royal Opera House.
    • Yet 99 percent of the first-night audience, drunk on bravura, stood up and screamed its delight.
    • The young and the beautiful are out in force at the first-night party.
    • Bailey's first-night performance was wonderful, though unevenly paced, picking up speed and hilarity with an elaborate riff about the Holy Trinity.
    • The adult first-night audience of Peter Pan, told to clap if they believed in fairies, applauded thunderously: it was the birth of modern escapist entertainment.
    • There were perhaps inevitably some first-night nerves last night, but these were overcome by an excellent display of team spirit.
    • We were invited to the first-night party, but were both tired.
    • I usually have a "feeling" of how a first night will go - and this time I was not mistaken in it.
    • I was there at the premiere and it was the first time I knew I'd been present at the creation of a masterwork - although I'd been at the first night of Peter Grimes too!
    • The opera was hugely popular with its first-night audience.