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Host Kevin Spacey showed off his spot-on impression of former president and frequent theatergoer Bill Clinton at the ceremony Sunday night.
And some of them were names and faces familiar to Philadelphia theatergoers.
Residents will use a right-turn-in, right-turn-out garage door on Euclid Avenue, and theatergoers will use a two-way entry on the building's 17th Street side.
The work is familiar to classic rock aficionados and to theatergoers who have seen a version of the Tony Award-winning musical that debuted on Broadway in 1993.
In 2010, the Centro Gabriela Mistral, covered with weathering steel and reinforced concrete, opened and began attracting concertgoers and theatergoers, while other cultural attractions like the Museo de Arte Visuales also brought in crowds.
The cast includes actors familiar to Fort Worth theatergoers:
During frequent curbside stops, the theatergoers-in-transit will be able to observe through the windows diverse scenes performed on sidewalks and stoops by actors.
That means theatergoers will see more nuanced acting, which in turn changes the company's acting, directing and programming.
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Definition of theatergoer for English Language Learners
: a person who often goes to the theater to see plays
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