Downstage

The part of the stage closest to the audience. Abbrev. D/S.

Downstage

Towards the audience.
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downstage

[adj] - of the front half of a stage 2. [adv] - (theater) at or toward the front of the stage
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Downstage

Portions of a stage nearest the audience.
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downstage

adjective of the front half of a stage
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downstage

adverb at or toward the front of the stage; `the actors moved further and further downstage`
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downstage

noun the front half of the stage (as seen from the audience)
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downstage

The front part of a stage. See offstage, upstage, and backstage.
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Downstage

Towards the audience.
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