The bodies of those killed remained in the theater for most of Friday while authorities investigated the crime scenes.
“I finally found Tareq downstairs sitting in darkness in the theater room, holding the dog back from greeting me,” Michaele said.
Seated beside Oulson in the theater was Charles Cummings, a Vietnam War Marine combat veteran.
When we get to the theater, the ticket vendor fans herself, swooning at the sight of all the hunks.
His mother had worked with Alex, and they were part of the group he was with at the theater that horrific night.
The entertainment and other features of the performances in the theater partook of the nature of family gatherings.
He also went to the theater, although he thought it unworthy of a Roman to be an actor.
Figures for the Pacific theater were omitted because of the complex reorganization of Army troops in that area in early 1947.
I had never been in a theater in my life, and the name was but a name to me.
To the right was a Japanese theater where Sadi-Jako and her troupe played their répertoire.
late 14c., "open air place in ancient times for viewing spectacles," from Old French theatre (12c.), from Latin theatrum, from Greek theatron "theater," literally "place for viewing," from theasthai "to behold" (cf. thea "a view," theates "spectator") + -tron, suffix denoting place. Meaning "building where plays are shown" (1570s) was transferred to that of "plays, writing, production, the stage" (1660s). Spelling with -re prevailed in Britain after c.1700, but American English retained or revived the older spelling in -er. Generic sense of "place of action" is from 1580s; especially "region where war is being fought" (1914).
The Theatre of the Absurd strives to express its sense of the senselessness of the human condition and the inadequacy of the rational approach by the open abandonment of rational devices and discursive thought. [M. Esslin, "Theatre of the Absurd," 1961]