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a stage area out of sight of the audience

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concealed from public view or attention

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"We'll be taking the listeners backstage twice a week to hear all the goss from the studio and training rooms, making it the ultimate addition to the show."
I got there just in time to greet the guys and get them backstage where they needed to be.
Shelton also believes viewing the show from backstage will allow his girlfriend to be the center of attention.
Backstage Hardware has been a combination hardware and theater supply business since it opened in the late 1980s.
While doing a costume change, Graham fell down some stairs backstage, earning a painful bruise on her leg, she revealed in her Instagram Stories.
"They would be high on him and just when he gets to the point where you would think the next step is putting him into the centre piece position for the company then something happens and he makes some sort of misstep backstage and people within management kind of cool on him and they take a step back."
The new Backstage area in the Mall of America store, visible from the restaurant-level Macy's entrance between Benihana and Cantina Laredo, was created by knocking down a stockroom wall and tightening up space for textiles.
"Macy's Backstage Willowbrook was designed to bring great deals and the fun of the hunt into our existing Wayne, N.J., location.
She was one of a limited number of beauty bloggers to be invited backstage and flew the flag for the Middle East as one of the only Arab influencers at the event.
People will be taken backstage, into the wings and on to the stage itself during the 30-minute tours on Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20.
The author covers the culture of the runway, becoming a runway photographer, capturing the runway, runway coups, fashion factions, spectacular show productions, armies of new models, the magic and mayhem happening backstage at a fashion show, and a great many other related subjects.
Still, no matter how many times you see "Noises Off," you won't get all the jokes or catch every sight gag in Michael Frayn's rollicking 1982 backstage farce about a second-rate theatrical troupe taking an asinine British sex comedy on a tour of the provinces.
but this September at London Fashion Week, there was some serious rule-breaking backstage.
But this September at London Fashion Week, there was some serious rule-breaking backstage. Unconventional beauty looks became the talking point; think purposefully-placed perspiration on faces and perfect hair with added unruly kinks.