entr'acte

NOUN
  1. a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance
  2. the interlude between two acts of a play
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How To Use entr'acte In A Sentence

  • The sniffling of grown men is an entr'acte, the buzz of voices as the audience re-enters the theatre for another half of the show and still the children have linked hands, fingers & fingers to wrists & wrists, and they have laid the quivering flowers upon the grave. prev & next unheimlich Diary Entry
  • She didn't think much of the music-she scowled and prayed all through the entr'acte. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
  • The most cherishable of Jay's recordings are two-disc sets which permit inclusion of virtually every bit of the show's score, as well as snippets of dialogue, overtures, entr'actes, incidental music, and underscoring.
  • She didn't think much of the music-she scowled and prayed all through the entr'acte. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
  • Expensive new sets were constructed and entr'acte specialists Laurence and Morton were jobbed in for the Negro dances. Obi in NewYork
  • He also uses cute puppet scenes as an entr'acte device to advance the plot.
  • She also disappeared, in the entr'acte, to visit her husband in his dressing room, or so I read in the papers. The Gielgud-Burton Hamlet: Notes on a First Night
  • Kleiber even goes so far as to move the last act's entr'acte right into the middle of the choruses which open that act, providing the flamenco dancers with another opportunity to strut their stuff.
  • After our entr'acte visiting Neuzelle Abbey, we resume our series on Catholic Bamberg with what is its ecclesial heart: Bamberg Cathedral, seat of the Metropolitan Archbishop of Bamberg, and one of Germany's most important Imperial cathedrals. Catholic Bamberg: The Cathedral
  • _Manrico_ is being tortured, after having been taken prisoner in a combat during the _entr'acte_. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, October 29, 1892
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