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Play

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

play

1. An investment.
2. See direct play.
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And because it was conceived of originally as a stageplay, then you have a live audience sitting on your shoulder as you're writing, so you're hearing how it sounds.
As this comment suggests, there are numerous differences between the stageplay and the screenplay.
Based on a stageplay that was specially written for Jane Horrocks it is no surprise to find that she shines in the title role.
The fact that Hedwig actually realizes this denouement seems a matter as much of stageplay as of dramatic necessity.
The material started life as a stageplay by actor-scribe Chazz Palminteri, who parodied his own writing skills when he played the talented bodyguard in "Bullets Over Broadway.
Such instinctive understanding of the operation of the psychology of the gaze informs the gender-role inversions in Wertmuller's latest stageplay The ExhibitioniSt as well.
Some will resemble documentary, others fiction or the stageplay.
Knowsley Hall, Prescot, today until Friday October 14 listings THEATRE start here Sister Act The hugely popular musical stageplay has made its way to Liverpool.
Rhodes, a writer who is also well versed as a screenwriter, director, producer and playwright is currently turning his attention back to his first stageplay, 'TomCat' which was inspired by the short story 'Blood Burning Moon' by Jean Tommer set in the 1920's.
When she rejected a stageplay in which she'd crack up eight times a week ("Fm not Superwoman