Upstage

Abbrev. to US. The part of the stage furthest away from the audience.

UpStage

UpStage is an open source server-side application that has been purpose built for Cyberformance: multiple artists collaborate in real time via the UpStage platform to create and present live theatrical performances, for audiences who can be online (from anywhere in the world) or in a shared space, and who can interact with the performance via a te...
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upstage

adjective of the back half of a stage; `she crossed to the upstage chair forcing the lead to turn his back to the audience`
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Upstage

[magazine] Upstage is a free monthly publication founded by Gary Wien that covers arts and entertainment in New Jersey, US. Each issue covers music, art, film, theatre, dance, poetry, literature and comedy. The magazine first appeared at the end of 2003 and was distributed in New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Red Bank, Long Branch, Asbury ...
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Upstage

At the back of the stage; away from the audience. As a verb: when one actor deliberately draw the attention of the audience to himself for purely selfish purposes.
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Upstage

At the back of the stage; away from the audience. As a verb: when one actor deliberately draw the attention of the audience to himself for purely selfish purposes.
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Upstage

The portions of the stage furthest from the audience. (To move upstage means to move away from the audience
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upstage

The rear part of the stage.
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Upstage

The section of the stage that is nearest to the backstage area.
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Upstage

Walking in front of the star on stage or during a filming shoot, or, to unduly detract the audience's attention away from the star. Upstage is also a direction indicating the rear portion of the stage or set
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Upstage

When facing the audience, the area farthest away from the audience.
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upstage

[adj] - of the back half of a stage 2. [adv] - (theater) at or toward the rear of the stage 3. [v] - treat snobbishly, put in one`s place 4. [v] - move (another actor) upstage, forcing him to turn away from the audience 5. [v] - steal the show, draw attention to oneself away from someone else
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