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showmance

showmance  n.— «Playing Doody (“Those Magic Changes”) and Frenchy, the “Beauty School Dropout,” the two hit it off right away. They were both hard-working, both passionate about the theater, both committed...

blood border

blood border  n.— «She began by citing the history of the drinking age becoming 21 and the problems along the way. In the process of making a unified law, many states set their own drinking ages, according to Meripolski. This set the stage...

after

after  n.— «This physical contest led to a considerable amount of “afters,” as rugby players like to call the little bits of niggle which sometimes follow action at the contact area. There was certainly some physical stuff...

bake-off

bake-off  n.— «Studios frequently stage “bake-offs,” calling in up to 10 writers for a single rewrite job. Each writer offers his or her take on the property, meaning extensive fleshing out of the material—for free...

through-line

through-line  n.—Gloss: an acting method of imagining a character’s continuous motivational path. «Actresses are constantly constructing new characters, and when they’re not in costume on a set or a stage, they’re typically in jeans...

show-ga

show-ga  n.— «We are always experimenting with our show. I think we were just having fun naturally playing off each other on stage one day and did backbends facing each other and someone took a picture. (See photo above.) It really became...