downstage downstage  /ˈdaʊn ˌsteɪdʒ/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) the front half of the stage (as seen from the audience)
  2. (adj) of the front half of a stage
  3. (adv) at or toward the front of the stage

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Usage(s):

  1. Taking his time, he eventually reached a stool in a downstage corner.
  2. Either self-indulgence or self-interest is always well downstage in Love for Love; there is no love for love's sake.

News

  • ‘Sons of the Prophet’

    Stephen Karam’s explosively funny comedy, featuring Vince Petronio as Bill and Paula Faber as Gloria (above), is about the extreme suffering of a Lebanese family distantly related to Kahlil Gibran. “Sons of the Prophet” will play DownStage at 2nd Story Theatre through November 24. WHERE: 28 Market St., Warren. WHEN: Through November 24. COST: $20/$25. [...]
    on November 6, 2013     Source: Warren Times-Gazette

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