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Play

Informal for an investment or investment decision, especially one that becomes profitable.
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play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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Producing events that were showcased on HBO and Showtime as well as actors starring in hit shows such as "The Wire." Developing his creative writing skills he co-produced his first stage play that opened to a sold out audience.
He popularized eye donation, blood donation, juvenile diabetes through his innumerable stage plays. Shekher was awarded Tamil Nadu Government's prestigious Kalaivanar Award in 1991 and Kalaimamani in 1993.
The men behind Clock Work Productions, Rafeh Mahmud and Ali Aasim are committed to promote performing arts in Pakistan and provide an influential platform to aspiring actors, script writers and directors to prove their mettle in stage play. Having brought a number of English Classics to stage with flair of perfection, Clockwork has marked its niche in delivering nothing short of excellence through every act that it puts together.
DRAMA students are touring schools in Birmingham to stage plays about young people's perceptions of drugs and alcohol.
Crazy Creations, the numero uno group in Tamil stage plays, is led by Crazy Mohan, one of the most popular comedy script writers in the Tamil film industry and stage.
He penned a series of stage plays and books, including the "fictional autobiography" Someone Like Me: Tales From A Borrowed Childhood.
These include two stage plays, two films and a sitcom pilot.
But I did have this experience in making two short films and writing and directing stage plays. So, I thought maybe I can make a positive media representation of young gay people, and that would serve to break some of the isolation.
Stage plays include Abigail's Party, Greek Tragedy and Goose-Pimples and TV films Nuts In May, Grown-ups and Four Days In July.
Raber erects this distinction in an attempt to isolate the role of class in the production of closet drama, but in doing so she unnecessarily simplifies the cultural continuities between closet and stage plays--continuities that can be traced among groups of writers (Kyd and Daniel both wrote closet and stage plays), among forms of publication (the appearance of closet drama in print is not unlike that of many published theater plays), among patrons (the Herberts, most importantly), and among readers (there is no evidence that closet plays were positioned any differently in the culture of reading than plays with a performance history).