"Playbills?" crossword clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 23 Jun 2023

Playbills? NYT crossword answer is:

MONOPOLYMONEY (13 letters length)

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A playbill is a program or leaflet that is distributed before or during a theatrical performance, containing information about the production and the cast and crew. It is often used to advertise upcoming shows and provide background information about the show and the performers. The New York Times crossword clue for June 23, 2023 is "Playbills?" which is a reference to this type of program.

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