The little booklet you get when you go to the theater is called a playbill. A playbill usually includes a list of the cast and production crew.

You can also call a playbill a program. At most theaters in the U.S., playbills are handed out to everyone in the audience as they enter. If you attend a Broadway play, you'll get a thick playbill with a lot of information about the play, the actors, and the venue—as well as a lot of advertising. A community theater or school production usually provides smaller, simpler playbills.

Definitions of playbill
  1. noun
    a theatrical program
    “he couldn't find her name on the playbill
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    type of:
    a list of particulars (as a playbill or bill of fare)
    program, programme
    an announcement of the events that will occur as part of a theatrical or sporting event
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