English to Catalan Meaning :: downstage

Downstage :
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Noun(1) the front half of the stage (as seen from the audience
Adjective(1) of the front half of a stage
Adverb(1) at or toward the front of the stage

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(1) Ghostly singing and piano riffs are heard from time to time; scenes end with Hedda downstage center staring at the audience, sometimes followed by her hideous cackle.(2) Clever staging meant that we were backstage - the curtain and footlights downstage - watching the dancers warm up and interact before a show.(3) A downstage screen, dropped at intervals during the evening, is almost an extra performer, a ‘choral’ auxiliary, helping to glue the parts together.(4) Let the lead performers stay downstage facing the audience, tell the chorus to stand still, don't try anything clever and just get on with the singing.(5) We get two major flashbacks while he freezes on a small platform downstage left.(6) His Restoration stage, complete with downstage doors, proscenium and revolving flats is effective and simply adorned with a few choice pieces of furniture along with blue and white accents.(7) The figure in the front chair downstage left fell face downward.(8) Candles are ritually placed on a downstage log.(9) As Kulick would have it, Leontes collapses prone downstage left, and an attendant nonsensically tosses a bearskin over him.(10) Everything seemed to need to be further downstage , the peasants and friends needed to surround the principals more, but this clearly felt odd to the dancers.(11) A blue scrim downstage tears open dramatically as the first piece begins, and stark black beams divide the stage like some urban forest.(12) The major characters interact further downstage , perhaps even on the small forestage, with the party serving as a background to them.(13) Fine when you were jumping downstage , but not so good when jumping upstage!(14) I balled up my clothes, dropped them in the corner, and walked downstage .(15) Whenever the action moved downstage , close to the audience, the production sang.(16) she was standing at the downstage corner
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