They had just seen your matinee and were busily dissecting the performances.
I remember going back to see her, after a matinee at the Young Vic of Anna Christie.
But a dashing, magnetic fifty-eight-year-old matinee idol with three ex-wives notched on his bedpost?
Four years old, and I was on the subway, the old BMT from Brooklyn to Manhattan, just making the matinee of Bye, Bye, Birdie.
For my 40th birthday, I planned a family weekend in New York, complete with a Mary Poppins matinee at the New Amsterdam Theater.
It is worse than to be at a Wagner matinee with a woman who cares only for Verdi.
He has invited the three of us to go to the matinee with him.
The matinee is over at a quarter of five, and those two have fooled away an hour.
She would go out to lunch and indulge in the dissipation of a matinee.
Are you and Constance going to take Charlie to the matinee to-morrow, dear?
"afternoon performance," 1848, from French matinée (musicale), from matinée "morning" (with a sense here of "daytime"), from matin "morning," from Old French matines (see matins). Originally as a French word in English; it lost its foreignness by late 19c.