n.— «A “puddle,” in theater parlance, is a heap of clothing an actor steps into and is quickly zipped inside during one of those split-second costume changes that dazzle audiences. “Puddles” are one of the many tricks being taught at North Jersey summer theater programs that are preparing stage-struck young people for a career on Broadway.» —“These North Jersey teens dive into costumes, not pools” by Jim Beckerman NorthJersey.com June 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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