September 04, 2015

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Term of the Month: Ave. Q Explains "Eleven O'Clock Number"

In this latest episode of TDF's Theatre Dictionary video series, Off-Broadway's Avenue Q stars Nick Kohn and Veronica J. Kuehn (with help from puppet Lucy) explain the meaning and history of the term "Eleven O'Clock Number" as well as demonstrate using examples from Guys and Dolls and Gypsy. To see the ever-expanding dictionary, visit www.theatredictionary.org. Watch the video definition of "The Scottish Play."








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