Nhà hát ca múa nhạc

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Nhà hát ca múa nhạc (tiếng Anh: music hall) là một dạng sân khấu giải trí bắt nguồn từ Anh Quốc vốn phổ biến từ đầu thời Victoria, khởi phát khoảng năm 1850. Nó biến mất dần kể từ sau năm 1918 khi các nhà hát rebrand hình thức giải trí của họ thành tạp kỹ.[1]

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  1. ^ “Variety Acts and Turns of the Early 1930s”. Times Higher Education. 2014. Truy cập ngày 27 tháng 4 năm 2018.

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