Birthday Party

  • (noun): A party held on the anniversary of someone's birth.

Some articles on birthday party, birthday, party:

Comedy Of Menace - Background
... centers on The Birthday Party because it is the only play of Pinter's that Wardle had seen at the time, yet he speculates on the basis of "descriptions of other plays, 'The Room' and 'The ... Kafka and American gangster films"—Wardle argues that " 'The Birthday Party' exemplifies the type of comic menace which gave rise to this article." (22 ... Comedy of Menace" in his review of The Caretaker, stating "On the strength of 'The Birthday Party' and the pair of one-acters, I rashly applied the phrase 'comedy of ...
Birthday Party (disambiguation) - Theatre, Film, and Television
... The Birthday Party (play), a 1958 play by Harold Pinter The Birthday Party (film), a 1968 film written by Pinter, based on his play "The Birthday Party" (My Name Is Earl ...
Scaredy Squirrel
... A fifth Scaredy Squirrel book, "Scaredy Squirrel has a Birthday Party", was published in 2011 ... In the book, Scaredy Squirrel does not want to have a big birthday party for fear of it being spoiled by clownfish, ants, ponies, Bigfoot, confetti or porcupines ... He was going to invite only himself to his birthday party, but someone sends him a happy birthday card and Scaredy thinks he has to return the favor and invite him to his party ...
The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party & Other Excursions
... The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party Other Excursions is an album by American fingerstyle guitarist and composer John Fahey, released in 1966 ... notes label it The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party Other Excursions ...
Chad, Matt & Rob - Interactive Adventures
... The Birthday Party (January 15, 2010) is the group's third Interactive Adventure ... In The Birthday Party, the trio must run from a gang, battle zombies in a haunted hospital and save a kidnapped heiress from an urban militia, all while attempting ...

Famous quotes containing the words party and/or birthday:

    I never knew anyone yet who got up at six who did anything more useful between that time and breakfast than banging a tennis ball up against the side of the house, waiting for the more civilized members of the party to get up.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    I was supposed to retire when I was seventy-two years old, but I was seventy-seven when I retired. On my seventy-sixth birthday a lady had triplets. It was quite a birthday present.
    Josephine Riley Matthews (b. 1897)