in theatre

in theatre

A UK-specific phrase, which would be expressed as “in the OR (operating room)” in the US.
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RABBIE Burns is being brought to life in a multimedia stage play created by North-East production company Quids In Theatre in conjunction with Aberdeen City Council and Vibrant Aberdeen.
Quids In Theatre Company Director Chris Begg said of the show: "As is natural, many conceptions have grown up about Burns over the centuries since his death.
Jamming Econo: Punk Aesthetics in Theatre, looks at a cultural movement that M.T.V.
At the same time, I was moving toward the fact that I wanted to be in theatre, and I wanted to be an actor.
Plus, when I got here, I found that a lot of the people in theatre didn't know who Charles Chestnut was, and while they had heard of Ralph Ellison, they hadn't read him.
What I try to do in theatre is what Harold Cruse did with his book.
Along with the theatre closures, nurses in theatres, recovery and surgical wards have had cuts to their contracted hours.