curtain speech

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curtain speech

n.
A speech addressed to an audience from the performance space, as by a representative of the production company, before or after a performance.

curtain speech

n
1. (Theatre) a talk given in front of the curtain after a stage performance, often by the author or an actor
2. (Theatre) the final speech of an act or a play
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In return, the credit union's name will be "everywhere," Cadman said, on the sign, tickets, posters, marketing campaigns, social media, curtain speeches.
The show was a success from the start, and by the time it reached Jackson, the demands for Russell to make curtain speeches had become so common that she frequently broke her own rule not to sing by performing one or two of her favorite songs.
Cast members of participating shows add special fun to the evening with individual post-performance curtain speeches welcoming kids in the audience.
Contemporary audiences are used to marketing messages before shows, whether that's curtain speeches before concerts or trailers before movies," Baker says.
Cast members of participating shows add special fun to the evening with individual curtain speeches welcoming kids in the audience.