stage door


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stage door

n
(Theatre) a door at a theatre leading backstage
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Noun1.stage door - an entrance to the backstage area of theaterstage door - an entrance to the backstage area of theater; used by performers and other theater personnel
entrance, entranceway, entryway, entree, entry - something that provides access (to get in or get out); "they waited at the entrance to the garden"; "beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral"
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stage door

ningresso degli artisti
References in classic literature ?
Neither was what was commonly called the stage door; they were a sort of special and private stage doors used by very special performers, and in this case by the star actor and actress in the Shakespearean performance of the day.
Not, however, with equal speed; but the man who walked fast was the man from the other end of the tunnel, so they both arrived before the secret stage door almost at the same instant.
Well, when the place couldn't hold no more people the duke he give a fellow a quarter and told him to tend door for him a minute, and then he started around for the stage door, I after him; but the minute we turned the corner and was in the dark he says:
The speaker was gone; but there was a stage door that stood open, with people passing in and out, and no one on guard.
Prince Maiyo is a man, not an overgrown boy to go through life shooting birds, playing games which belong properly to your schooldays, and hanging round the stage doors of half the theatres in London.
SEPTEMBER 25, 1975: Cilla Black appears at the stage door before her performance at the Coventry Theatre in The Birthday Show which ran until November 15.
Smiling as usual, the fighter got out of a van at the stage door, alongside members of his close-knit team.
Their aim is to unmask the notorious Stage Door Slasher, slayer of innocent chorus girls.
A child destined to be one of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century appears at the stage door the night her mother disappears.
LIVERPOOL pub, Ma Egerton's Stage Door, has been named one of Britain's best in a national awards.
Laffit Pincay 69 US Hall of Fame jockey; Andrew Balding (pictured) 43 trainer of Casual Look & Phoenix Reach; Heliodoro Gustines 75 rider of Stage Door Johnny & Forego; Jimmy Etherington 81 rider of Goldhill & Sweet Story; Steve Holland 65 rider of Glanford Brigg & Ben More; Harvey Smith 77 assistant to Sue Smith; Chris DeCarlo 47 rider of Wise Times & Park Avenue Ball; Nick Bentley 43 rider of High Alltitude & Ardent Scout; Charlotte Tizzard 32 rider of Red Brook Lad & Turthen; Kieron Dyer 37 owner with Tom Dascombe; Tony Bramall 80 former owner with Sue Bramall; Chris Compton 72 owner of Call Me Vic & Mr McGregor; John Boyce 56 bloodstock journalist
Every day there are queues for the handful of seats held back, while dozens surround the stage door after the show for a glimpse of Benedict and the cast.