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playbill

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Theatre
playbillplay‧bill /ˈpleɪbɪl/ noun [countable]  APTa printed piece of paper advertising a play
Examples from the Corpus
playbillTheir antics are advertised by playbill and word-of-mouth only.They circulated the playbills from Macbeth with skull and cross bones next to my name.The playbills for half the off-Broadway theaters in town have him listed as a patron or supporter.The playbills mentioned a Louise Müller.
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