Translation of leading lady in Spanish:

leading lady

protagonista, n.

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    Cinema protagonista feminine
    Theatre primera actriz feminine
    • Nowhere is his focus on fun better represented, however, than in his choice of leading ladies and character actors.
    • 1926 saw her first major success and one that confirmed her status as a leading lady.
    • Days away from the opening night of the end of term musical, the leading lady is knocked unconscious.
    • There are two stars in the latest production - the leading lady and the scenery designer!
    • Film bosses panicked when Billie, who is the leading lady in the film, disappeared for three hours in Romania but later returned.
    • He had a much easier time with his leading lady in the film version of Evita.
    • The leading ladies of the film all do a fine job of throwing their arms over their face while screeching like banshees when trouble arrives.
    • It won a Tony Award for Best Musical, and its leading lady took home the award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical.
    • There is only one thing seriously wrong with the show: the leading lady.
    • If you can't quite see the actors who are in deep shadow, and you can't quite make out what the leading lady is saying, the evening becomes a bit of an uphill climb.
    • He does so superbly with a knowing and crisp delivery and with a different leading lady for almost every number.
    • It first came to my notice in the middle 1960s when it was on Broadway and had a dull leading lady.
    • She helped transform Broadway leading ladies from demure innocents to tough and knowing broads.
    • I wouldn't have even been enrolled in the academy if it weren't for one of the two leading ladies in that unofficial off-stage drama.
    • It is a worthy evening, full of humour and close to naughtiness, and provides both its leading ladies with a vehicle which they relish, and consequently, so do we.
    • The leading ladies only share a handful of songs including I'm Having A Good Time and I've Got A Mind to Ramble.
    • For this dazzling 90-minute retrospective of his career to date, a magnificent round of British leading ladies join him.
    • Where the show tends to weaken is in its leading ladies.
    • She had graciously accepted the fact she wasn't a leading lady anymore and worked hard to become a fine character actress.
    • Her roles - typically a virtuous leading lady pursued by a hero who is thwarted at every turn by a cast of villains - have gripped audiences.