Definition of playgoer in English:

playgoer

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Pronunciation: /ˈpleɪɡəʊə
 
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noun

A person who goes to the theatre regularly: the actor was a great favourite with the London playgoers
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  • Last year at the Gate Theatre, Dublin, local playgoers roared at every move made by Ardal O'Hanlon in Ronald Harwood's version of this celebrated French comedy.
  • The director has trouble convincing playgoers that the trio has been separated from one another for as long as the script suggests but does a dandy job bringing subsequent scenes to a feverish pitch.
  • Actually, late sixteenth-century playgoers, actors and playwrights considered the stage as a set of funerary items and buildings.

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