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matinée in Performing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmatinéemat‧i‧née /ˈmætəneɪ $ ˌmætnˈeɪ/ noun [countable]  APAMFa performance of a play or film in the afternoon
Examples from the Corpus
matinéeIt was about three weeks after the opening night - a Thursday and a matinée.There was a matinée, he'd remembered.Coventry drove Lily to the theatre for the Monday matinée though she made him drop her two streets away from the theatre.Brando was no matinée idol heady with wine, or movie star who had more chemistry than talent.I should have gone to the children's matinée but the serial, Spider Man, was too frightening.Next day, after she had arrived for the matinée, the manager sent for her.