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sound stage

also sound·stage (sound′stāj′)
n.
A room or studio that is usually soundproof, used for the production of movies.

soundstage

(ˈsaʊndˌsteɪdʒ)
n
(Film) a soundproof room or building in which cinematic films are shot
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She details how black artists such as Redd Foxx and Esther Rolle fought on and off the soundstage to preserve their cultural integrity while presenting black humor and drama as best they could within network television's confines.