front stage

front stage

The forepart of the stage in a theater, nearest the footlights.
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Countries which smartly capture renewable energies will be at the front stage in the years to come.
"The first half takes place backstage, and second half takes place front stage. Next time you see a traditional pantomime you'll be wondering what dark drama is going on in the wings.
Strong female characters and engaging experts take front stage on Eve.
Tickets, priced at Dh350 (gold standing), Dh450 (balcony seating), Dh650 (platinum front stage seating) and Dh950 (VIP lounge) will go on sale later this month, according to the organiser.
"We are right at the very front stage of negotiations right now, we have done an analysis, we have created a memorandum of where the company is and now we have to see what sort of reaction we can get right now and what propositions we get."
Championship-chasing Sir Michael Stoute aims to add to his prize-money tally with Front Stage, who ran well on a sound surface this summer but who has never raced on ground this soft.
SIR MICHAEL STOUTE'S Front Stage is a useful performer in the making and can keep the show rolling by making it three wins on the bounce in the Headland International Handicap at Newmarket today.
Bourne slowed it down with Psycho Girlfriend after his piano emerged from a hole in the front stage and everyone's arms were aloft.
A huge beach- front stage called Punta Es Moli (The Windmill) has been built in San Antonio where Jules and his fellow superstar DJs, including Pete Tong, Seb Fontaine and Fergie, will satisfy the gurning masses behind their wheels of steel.
In fact I don't think they're really surprised because I was always the one who wanted front stage on the home videos."