curtain speech

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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LINDSAY SUTTON travels on a very personal Cold War mission to Fulton in the state of Missouri HAVE a very personal connection to Winston Churchill's famous Iron Curtain speech in America.
The New York actor, currently playing the role of Aaron Burr in "Hamilton" landed on everyone's radar in November when he delivered a scripted curtain speech to Mike Pence when the vice president-elect attended the Broadway musical with his family.
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On its 50th anniversary night, Lord Attenborough gave the same curtain speech he did then, the one that famously asks the audience: "Now you have seen The Mousetrap, you are our partners in crime and we ask you to preserve the tradition by keeping the secret of whodunit locked in your hearts".
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John Evans, the festival's executive director and president, was certainly joyous when he gave a curtain speech before the afternoon concert began to a solid crowd at the Hult Center's Silva Concert Hall.
Churchill's "we shall fight on the beaches" address in the wake of Dunkirk, for example, and his Iron Curtain speech at Fulton six years later were rich in rhetorical flair.
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Exhibit marking the 60th anniversary of Churchill's Iron Curtain speech in Fulton, Missouri.