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In a proscenium theater, an extension of the fixed apron (in front of a proscenium opening) by means of a platform or by an apron lift
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The production takes full advantage of the Arena space - with an apron stage
that leads out into the seating, placing the action right in front of the audience.
y "I remember many years ago dancing dressed as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle on the apron stage
of the Pier Pavilion.
The deep apron stage
was lit only at its downstage edge so the action of the brawling brothers threatened to tumble off the stage at any moment.