Noun(1) the part of a modern theater stage between the curtain and the orchestra (i.e., in front of the curtain(2) the wall that separates the stage from the auditorium in a modern theater
(1) The theatre is now equipped with full lighting banks, there is a false proscenium and trapdoors in the stage, the audience seating has been much improved and better access has been arranged.(2) He originally specified either ornamental plaster or terra cotta for the proscenium and plaster (optimal for acoustics) for the hung ceiling vaults, as at the Chicago Auditorium.(3) There is a drama in each photograph; edges are used as the perimeters of a proscenium , with subjects strategically sited within those boundaries and caught at a moment of absolute stasis.(4) In fact, the book seems dedicated to exploring the conflict within the heart as it peers at the action going down on the proscenium .(5) Long takes that highlight the film's interconnected physical spaces are the rule, and many shots are viewed through a door or window frame, suggesting a proscenium .(6) No one dared intrude beyond the presidential seal woven into the center of the pale green rug that lay before the President's mahogany desk: the proscenium of the stage.(7) It will also promote a healthy exchange between performing artists of different countries, facilitating not merely a proscenium , but also a process of interaction.(8) The fourteen dancers melted into patterns out of an old Golddiggers flick and at one point, all posed at the front of the proscenium and twittered their legs like a bevy of chorines from an old Movietone newsreel.(9) The largest studio measures 1,952 square feet and in width approximates the size of the proscenium in the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, where Ballet British Columbia performs locally.(10) Or, detractors will suggest, the finished product feels too stagy and hasn't managed to pull itself away successfully from the proscenium .(11) When they return home, they again cross the proscenium , leaving the exotic behind and returning to the normality of their home world.(12) The ubiquitous face as well as the proscenium are the lingering elements that integrate with still life, largely reinventing this concept with different perception.(13) Before any appreciation of the performance, it should be noted that it is really a nice experience to watch those trained in theatre moving around the proscenium .(14) The actors appeared to lend a bit too much of energy to their characters, leading to a proscenium full of characters shouting their hearts out.(15) But, I struggled a bit to find suitable actors and create the proscenium .(16) Conceding the point, many opera houses nowadays always flash surtitles above the proscenium .
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