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.
"The theatre of war," he answered - "and here we are at the stage door
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.
I wrote a letter to Peter himself explaining this and delivered it to the stage door
on the night.
She has been in more than 30 productions throughout Arizona and Illinois and has been seen most recently as Katherine in "Newsies" at Stage Door
Fine Arts in Hinsdale, Olive in "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at St.
Stainless steel portraits of entertainers including Sir Tom Jones and the late Cilla Black, Sir Ken Dodd and Sir Bruce Forsyth are included in the artwork outside the stage door
of the London Palladium.
Recorded live at New Bedford's Zeiterion Theater, Stage Door
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.