Translation of playgoer in Spanish:

playgoer

Pronunciation /ˈpleɪɡəʊə//ˈpleɪˌɡoʊ(ə)r/

noun

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    • It is a difficult work more likely to appeal to the theatre specialist than the average playgoer.
    • The director has trouble convincing playgoers that the trio has been separated from one another for as long as the script suggests but does a dandy job bringing subsequent scenes to a feverish pitch.
    • Considering that the production, for the most part, is told in a field, bedroom, and Spanish synagogue - playgoers are hard pressed to believe they are in any of these places.
    • The end result flat-lines the material leaving the playgoer with a feeling of being aurally teased.
    • Given all these and other dramatic qualifications of Venetian courtesy, playgoers are not surprised when the dynamics of sadism and persecution in The Merchant of Venice challenge its authenticity.
    • Today, it takes three theaters-an outdoor replica of a Tudor playhouse and two indoor venues-to seat all the playgoers who flock to the Utah Shakespearean Festival.
    • Pinocchio offers many well-written jokes for the adult portion of the audience but the slapstick comedy and over-the-top characterizations are a real treat that tickles all ages of playgoers.
    • Actually, late sixteenth-century playgoers, actors and playwrights considered the stage as a set of funerary items and buildings.
    • Last year at the Gate Theatre, Dublin, local playgoers roared at every move made by Ardal O'Hanlon in Ronald Harwood's version of this celebrated French comedy.
    • All this takes five acts and I doff my cap to director Bruce Jamieson as it is to his credit that he has boiled it all down into the present day acceptable length for modern playgoers.
    • Attentive playgoers conclude that the-not-fully-transferred pain of loss kills Brabantio.
    • What her true intention was with this design, playgoers hypothesize to no avail.
    • Such stuff may not have seemed so trifling to women playgoers, since women exerted greater control over movable objects than did men.
    • The 12 performances draw an audience of more than 1,500 playgoers - among them about 70 industry people, including literary managers, dramaturgs, and artistic directors.
    • We do know that history plays were often regarded by contemporaries as capable of inspiring playgoers to imitate the momentous action taking place on stage.
    • What the theater today can show for us realistically, with massive scenery and electric lighting, Elizabethan playgoers had to imagine.
    • My own opinion was best summed up by the woman with whom I saw the play, a staunchly liberal, theatrically savvy playgoer who, like me, admires Sam Shepard greatly.
    • Either it's an instant hit with playgoers or it leaves them scratching their head during intermission.
    • However, when playgoers are asked to sit back and accept all that's not rational, the narrative wrecking ball makes a direct hit and everything comes crashing down.
    • The same production also introduced American playgoers to the three-walled box set, although it did not completely replace the meticulously painted wing-and-drop sets for many decades.