Definition of playhouse
1 : theater
2 : a small house for children to play in
Examples of playhouse in a Sentence
they're renovating the old playhouse and adding extra screens
Recent Examples of playhouse from the Web
A small, simple playhouse will be on display this summer in Glencoe.
His Eagle Scout project was to build a playhouse and landscape the area for The Gatehouse, a home for women and children in crisis, in Grapevine.
Playhouse artistic director Christopher Ashley says the move downtown promises to lend the festival access to new venues, as well as offer opportunities to forge fresh partnerships and reach a greater diversity of audiences.
And even if the rafters hold up, the steady laughter just might raise the roof of the venerable old playhouse.
Patrick's rich script is well played across the board, but Jean Berard as Ethel delivered a standout performance at the Playhouse on opening night.
Presales for tickets to the Broadway production are now in progress; same for tickets to the post-Playhouse engagements in New Orleans (Oct. 20-28), Houston (Oct. 31 to Nov. 5) and Chicago (Nov. 9 to Dec. 2).
A two-story kids' playhouse with a small door is not adult friendly, much to the delight of children.
The playhouse has been a ball benefactor for the past seven years.
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First Known Use of playhouse
before 12th century
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Definition of playhouse for English Language Learners
: a small house for children to play in
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