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The total running time of the two productions is about two and a half hours; playgoers who want to get the full impact can see both shows in succession on Saturdays.
Seasoned playgoers will easily recognize elements of both artists in the Newport concoction directed by Brian Page.
These days, of course, music lovers (not to mention playgoers, bar-hoppers and residents) have plenty of dinner options in walking distance.
Playgoers on both sides of the Atlantic will know theaters that are reshaped for almost every production; many dancegoers know spaces where the audience watches from two, three or four sides.
Playgoers have been bringing their own alcohol each summer.
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Definition of playgoer for English Language Learners
: a person who often goes to plays or who is at a particular play
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