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Apron: (also called 'collar, fringe, frog hair') the short grass that separates the putting green from rough or fairway
Apron Stage: A stage that projects out into the auditorium area. This enlarges the square footage available for actors to walk and move upon. This feature was not common in the days of classical Greco-Ro . . . View Full Definition
Box Set: A theatrical structure common to modern drama in which the stage consists of a single room setting in which the 'fourth wall' is missing so the audience can view the events within the room. . . . View Full Definition
Fourth Wall: Sometimes referred to as the 'third wall,' depending upon how a stagebuilder numbers the sides of the stage, the fourth wall is an imaginary wall that separates the events on stage from the . . . View Full Definition
Third Wall: Usually referred to as the 'fourth wall,' depending upon how a stagebuilder numbers the sides of the stage, the third or fourth wall is an imaginary barrier that separates the events on stag . . . View Full Definition
Thrust Stage: Another term for an apron stage.
Stage: An area set aside or deliberately constructed as a place for actors, dancers, musicians, or singers to perform. Often (but not always) a stage is located in an indoor theater or a large outd . . . View Full Definition
Tarmac: (1) A bituminous material used in paving: a trade name for Tar MacAdam. (2) An airport surface paved with this substance, especially a runway or an APRON at a hangar.
Frog Hair: (also called 'apron, collar, fringe') the short grass that separates the putting green from rough or fairway
Fringe: (also called 'apron, collar, frog hair') the short grass that separates the putting green from rough or fairway
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