The scenes described are as full of movement as a harlequinade.
On the 10th he performed in a harlequinade, entitled, “The Man in the Moon.”
But it is the harlequinade accelerated, intensified, toned up for the exacting taste of the great and growing "picture" public.
A bit high-spirited when they come on in the harlequinade, but all in good part.
One needs no civilised culture to appreciate the fun of the harlequinade, and to that has Charlie, with true instinct, returned.
We did Belphegor and The Witch and a harlequinade last night.
The case of farce, and its wilder embodiment in harlequinade, is especially important.
Perhaps it is easy to be at home—in harlequinade—though you may not quite like it.
The list of representatives of the 8th February was a harlequinade, including every republican shade and every political crotchet.
The only species of comedy peculiar to Italy is harlequinade.