apron stage


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apron stage

n
(Theatre) a stage that projects into the auditorium so that the audience sit on three sides of it
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apron stage

n (Theatre) → proscenio
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In this case it was Birmingham Royal Ballet, working on a small apron stage and backed by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia, presenting a ridiculously high-level programme of exceeding difficulty yet bringing it off magnificently to well-deserved cheers from a packed audience.
Granville Barker (1877-1946) mounted three Shakespeare productions on an apron stage in 1912 and 1914.
The evening was cool, but several people, Qatari nationals and foreigners, were cheerfully walking on the marbled apron stage.