Examples of proscenium in a Sentence
The host walked onto the proscenium.
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But the title makes a point: the New Negro, that lively protagonist stomping onto the proscenium of history, might also be thought of, tenderly, as a figure for Locke himself.
Designed by Derek McLane — who is returning to the show for the sixth time — the Oscars stage will be surrounded by a proscenium that's meant to look like the inside of a geode.
Hence the false proscenium, creating a second stage that’s colorfully and busily decked out like a toy theater — all while replicating a London music hall, right down to the old-fashioned footlights and crushed red velvet curtains.
In reimagining the proscenium as the camera’s roving eye, Mayer combines two chief moves.
The staging has also changed slightly since the show was in Princeton last month, since the McCarter has a proscenium stage area and the Long Wharf has a low thrust stage.
When Nijinsky watches his Petrushka flailing against the War Memorial proscenium, the objectification is apparent and touching.
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.
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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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