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Parts of the Theatre

Drama

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The performance space stage
A hanging cloth in front of the stage that conceals the stage from the view of the audience curtain
any part of the stage that extends past the curtain Apron
the spaces to the sides of the stage where actors wait to enter Wings
tall, narrow stage drapes that are used to mask the wings on either side of the stage Legs
a series of narrow walkways above the audience that give access to lights Catwalk
Electrified bars above the stage where lights, screen, etc. Can be hung Electric
television technicians is the area designated for the operation of technical equipment (lighting and sound), and is sometimes the location of the deputy stage manager (DSM) station as well Booth
any offstage area where the audience can’t see the actors Backstage
The audience of a theater House
Created by: hannahrhudy