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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.
I get naughty and bored and start pulling stuff with the kids upstage, and I have to stop.
The UpStage by Samsung is all about innovation and making mobile music easy," said Oliver Valente, Sprint's senior vice president of product development.
POP babe Nadine Coyle is taking secret salsa lessons in a bid to upstage her rival Cheryl Cole.
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.
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.
And his unconventional placement of instruments - first and second violins on opposite sides of the stage, basses and cellos upstage at left, harps next to the timpani - also added to the singular sonic picture, at once bold, clear and unified.
Little did we know then that the eye-catching offering would become the starting point for a career that has seen Liz upstage movie stars, friends and even her own boyfriend in the bid for greater glory.