Time for theatre
- POSTED ON: 26 Nov, 2021
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- POSTED BY: Madhuvanti S. Krishnan
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A PLAYHOUSE is a common term for a theatre.
In short, it is a place where theatrical works or plays are put up, or other performances like musical concerts, produced. There were two types of playhouses – outdoor and indoor. The former was also known as amphitheatre or public playhouse, while the latter wash more commonly known as halls or ‘private’ playhouses.
They were, more often than not, built by businessmen who cited opportunities that arose from popular touring actors who put up plays in open spaces around the city. As they had money to spare, while the acting companies did not, businessmen would lease some land, build a playhouse, and then lease it to acting companies for a specific period and amount of money.
Now that you have an idea of what it is, how about using this word and trying your hand at a fun puzzle? The word is PLAYHOUSE. The rules are the same as that of Sudoku.