Abbey Theatre

Entertainment / Literature / Abbey Theatre: The center of the Irish Dramatic movment founded in 1899 by W. B. Yeats and Lady Gregory, built with the express purpose of presenting Irish plays performed by Irish actors. It opened in 1904 and began showing plays by almost every Irish playwright of renown.

Other Words for Theatre

Theatre Noun Synonyms: playhouse, (opera) house, (music-) hall, auditorium, amphitheatre, theatre-in-the-round, coliseum, hippodrome, arena (theatre)
Theatre Verb Synonyms: area, arena, scene, sphere or place or field of action, setting
Theatre Adjective Synonyms: drama, stagecraft, dramaturgy, melodrama, theatrics, histrionics, staginess, acting, performing, performance
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Abbey Theatre

Entertainment / Literature / Abbey Theatre: The center of the Irish Dramatic movment founded in 1899 by W. B. Yeats and Lady Gregory, built with the express purpose of presenting Irish plays performed by Irish actors. It opened in 1904 and bega MORE

Celtic Revival

Entertainment / Literature / Celtic Revival: A literary movement involving increased interest in Welsh, Scottish, and Irish culture, myths, legends, and literature.. It began in the late 1700s and continues to this day. Thomas Gray's Pindaric od MORE

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