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upstage

Theatre the back half of the stage

upstage

The back part of a stage, away from the audience.
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Dawn Don, of Upstage, said: "They are lovely kids and really talented.
Since its debut in late March, UpStage by Samsung sales have exceeded expectations.
At one point a woman with big bunches of grapes hanging from her head emerged from behind a white dress suspended upstage.
The UpStage by Samsung is all about innovation and making mobile music easy," said Oliver Valente, Sprint's senior vice president of product development.
I get naughty and bored and start pulling stuff with the kids upstage, and I have to stop.
Given its non-line of sight, VoIP, and interoperability capabilities, WiMAX holds the potential to coexist with - if not upstage - current technologies," observes Chokkappan.
As the curtain rises on Klavier, a grounded chandelier upstage telegraphs an undercurrent of restlessness as the dancers pace upstage and downstage.
With this next-generation application, Cast & Crew can continue to upstage competitors with superior services and responsiveness to its clients.
POP babe Nadine Coyle is taking secret salsa lessons in a bid to upstage her rival Cheryl Cole.
When he lines up the columns in a tight row, Winheld and Kotze are fenced in upstage.
Dancers emerge from a mysteriously dark upstage area, coming out into the light and dancing with a fullness and vitality that seems somehow ordained.
Three Atmospheric Studies, William Forsythe's first work for his new company, begins with a couple whirling upstage in a linked, loose embrace, emitting childlike giggles and calls ("Cherry blossom