proscenium


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a raised platform on which theatrical performances are given

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the part of a modern theater stage between the curtain and the orchestra (i

the wall that separates the stage from the auditorium in a modern theater

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Over the next several years, another cluster of five towers, collectively known as Proscenium at Rockwell, is again set to raise the bar in premium residences.
The Proscenium will feature a hectare expanse of amenities that will be shared among the five towers.
We framed the stage with a lavish, gilded false proscenium that represents the theatre of Brecht's time; but the set within the proscenium was cold and angular, made of industrial steel.
With Glacial Decoy (1979), Brown first ventured into the proscenium theater with all the fieriness of her personal imagery and sense of play; with O Composite (2004), she first tackled the language of ballet and managed to express its universal aspects.
Conventional comedy assumes that performance requires some kind of staging device, a proscenium arch--whether theatrical, filmic, or electronic--that provides a window through which we may observe a recognizable picture of life.
BOSTON Obie Award-winning director Nicholas Martin has been appointed artistic director of the Huntington Theater Co., the 18-year-old nonprofit theater in residence at Boston U.'s 890-seat proscenium Huntington Theater.
held earlier this week a ceremonial concrete pouring of the Rockwell Performing Arts Theater at The Proscenium in Makati.
Guests in the lobby looked out of the three-story glass facade onto the Avenue of the Arts, while others studied the curving walls and leather-tiled proscenium arch in the 365-seat theatre.
But when he flips himself upside down in "Step in Time" to tap-dance on the proscenium arch, well, what else is there to say?
Kentridge adapts such medical imaging less to reveal hidden quarters of the body than for the distinctive mode of representation that it, along with the spectacle of the anatomy lesson, exemplifies (a sonogram parallels the fan shape of the proscenium stage).
The main entrance is a double-height proscenium on the north facade that connects with the central lightwell, offering a clear view through the building.
Prior to the April opening in New York, "Martin Guerre" visits proscenium houses in Detroit, Washington, D.C., Seattle and L.A.