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bus-and-truck show

bus-and-truck show
 n.— «You can’t really call the Utah Shakespearean Festival’s 75-minute touring production a “bus-and-truck” show, borrowing a phrase used to describe some Broadway tours.» —“Festival’s ‘Macbeth’ brings Bard to students, public during tour” by Ivan M. Lincoln Deseret Morning News (Salt Lake City, Utah) Mar. 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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