Examples of proscenium in a Sentence
The host walked onto the proscenium.
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Performers’ voices don’t seem to carry beyond the proscenium, which seems to trap sound.
The proscenium has been reduced in size at least twice since the theater opened in 1835.
There are, however, bolts that flash, a proscenium that lights up progressively as the action builds, and cool projections that might be more effective on a less textured background.
Strips of scrap leather hang from an interior window that has a slightly theatrical feel to it, with its own proscenium-style arch.
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.
Gone is the proscenium, gone are the front rows of seats, and now a long walkway thrusts toward the audience in a darkened atmosphere.
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.
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