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Entertainment / Literature / 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 outdoor arena. It often has seating provided for an audience. See arena stage, apron stage, fourth wall, thrust stage, theater in the round, and scrim. Probably the most famous stage in English history is the Globe Theater in Shakespeare's London.
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Stage Verb Synonyms: position, situation, grade, level, stratum, tier, echelon, step, station, place, point, spot, juncture, division, phase, lap, status, condition
Stage Noun Synonyms: platform, dais, podium, rostrum
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Entertainment / Literature / 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. MORE