Examples of proscenium in a Sentence
The host walked onto the proscenium.
Recent Examples of proscenium from the Web
Inside the theater, Schumacher points to such updates as the large wooden proscenium that frames the stage, which can be transformed at a character’s touch.
There was also, however, under the sparkling proscenium of the Dolby Theatre, talk of … pay equity.
Chris Harper, who was a producer there, was certain that the show could have a commercial life, but Elliott couldn’t picture it in a proscenium theatre.
The striking cover image shows a metal cage of scaffolding blocking the familiar stage proscenium, invasive yet with its own symmetrical beauty.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Oscars stage was designed to look like the inside of a geode, with a 10-ton proscenium dotted with 45 million crystals.
Swarovski collaborated with McLane on the 10-ton proscenium, decorating it with 45 million tiny crystals.
The program that the group presented at the Joyce Theater on Tuesday is exactly the kind that it was supposed to be phasing out: a repertory sampler in a proscenium theater.
The only thing missing — besides easy access to bathrooms, which drew some complaints from audience members — was a time-lapse video showing the towers being turned from a proscenium configuration into a theater in the round or a thrust 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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