Examples of proscenium in a Sentence
The host walked onto the proscenium.
Recent Examples of proscenium from the Web
One week before the start of school next week, crews were putting finishing touches — testing the new 500-seat proscenium theater's large screen — while students were rummaging through a maze of props backstage.
Both side walls and the back wall of Goodman’s proscenium stage are awash in sky, softly lighted by Aaron Spivey and gradually changing as day gives way to night.
Gone is the proscenium, gone are the front rows of seats, and now a long walkway thrusts toward the audience in a darkened atmosphere.
The $21 million, 70,640-square-foot building will have an office and lab wing, an auditorium and a soaring proscenium tower.
Projection mapping will extend the action in the films beyond the proscenium onto the theater walls, surrounding the audience with imagery.
The vast, antique interior has a giant stage beneath an elaborate proscenium arch.
Sets created for a thrust stage had to reconfigured for prosceniums.
The actors (actual or fictional) aim to entertain us through storytelling, an M.O. magnified by Jon Gaw’s minimalist set and gilded proscenium framing the stage.
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Origin and Etymology of proscenium
PROSCENIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of proscenium for English Language Learners
: the part of a stage that is in front of the curtain
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