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Also potent were tenor Joseph Gaines as Dan Leno, the music hall clown, baritone Troy Cook as John Cree, Elizabeth’s husband, and Deanna Breiwick as Aveline, her rival.
Richard Hannay meets a mysterious woman at a London music hall.
Later in the trip, the group snuck out of a Paris hostel to see the Folies Bergere, a popular cabaret music hall featuring almost nude dancers, Figge Fox said.
The Lloyd Center application says the space will be fully remodeled and built out to accommodate the music hall.
Terrorists attack a number of sites in Paris including a soccer game, outdoor cafes and a music hall.
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MUSIC HALL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of music hall for English Language Learners
: a theater in which popular entertainers performed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; also : the type of entertainment that was performed in such a theater
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