Entertainment / Literature / 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
Rearstage: The section of the stage farthest away from the viewing audience, the back of the visible stage as opposed to 'backstage' and out of sight.
Stage Direction: Sometimes abbreviated 's.d.,' the term in drama refers to part of the printed text in a play that is not actually spoken by actors on stage, but which instead indicates actions or activity f . . . View Full Definition
Sound Stage: A large room designed for the filming or videotaping of programs. Sets are arranged on the stage in a variety of ways, depending mostly upon the presence/absence of a studio audience.
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Fragrance: The sensation of the gases released from ground coffee as they are inhaled through the nose. Ranges from sweetly floral to sweetly spicy.