offstage


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Synonyms for offstage

a stage area out of sight of the audience

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situated or taking place in the area of a stage not visible to the audience

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concealed from public view or attention

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behind the scenes

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Whether hallucinated demons, offstage sex, masked women, self-consuming protagonists, invisible surveillance, or contemporary trauma, theatre conjures the unseen in the service of its imaginative poetics.
Offstage is an inspired tour de force which could serve as a soundtrack for a modem retelling of the One Thousand and One Nights, blending as it does classical Arabic music with more contemporary nuances.
The chart-topping singer was due to give an acceptance speech after a standing ovation from the audience but was interrupted by host James Corden who said, "I'm so sorry", then moved her offstage at London's O2 Arena as about 6.
I loved the way the discussion understood the playtext of Henry V as, in part, a remembrance environment for the preceding Henry IV plays, with the bulk and presence, physical and verbal, of Falstaff now part of the vivid offstage world and a particular "focus for remembering" (88) in Henry's new regime with its transformed political clothing and climate.
She held it together for one song but then ran offstage crying.
Jonson makes the two lateral stage doors work overtime to serve as interfaces with not two, but four imagined offstage places.
Our production team at The Offstage Group, guarantees that by the end of your intensive, you will have been exposed to the essential elements needed to develop your talent and pursue a career in a city like New York.
The book, which was published earlier this year, chronicles his adventures both onstage and offstage.
DREAMS OF THE SOLO TRAPEZE: OFFSTAGE WITH THE CIRQUE DU SOLEIL describes her journey--and the group's evolution--from one who traveled with them and become an 'insider' rather than a reporter.
Instead, they would have been faxed around the Beltway, been the subject of newsroom gossip, and lurked just offstage in every campaign story or interview.
The standout of the book is probably a four-page taste of Brenda's novel, in which she describes her menage a trois with two surfers, which happened offstage on the show.
Offstage he was a kind man who tended to be inattentive to what was going on around him.
It is this generic offstage presence that Wilson will consistently summon in his later work.
Sonja Hillgren and I were able to have several minutes offstage with the president before I introduced him to the Forum.