front stage

front stage

The forepart of the stage in a theater, nearest the footlights.
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Wherever you are in the crowd -- from the front stage to those in the back room -- we are putting on a show.
Firstly, the two countries share an unequivocal passion for innovation and entrepreneurship, which has taken the front stage to drive economic growth and prosperity.
Tuesday Afternoon Live Music Live music, starting at midday on the Front Stage, with a range of familiar faces including Tony Coburn, who plays Paul McCartney in the club's resident band, The Cavern Club Beatles.
Of course, the interaction between Chinese authorities and journalists not only occurs in those few moments of the press conference at the front stage but also occurs backstage for preparations.
Two units have been deployed for rear screen projection while the other two projectors are used for projections on the front stage structure/ front curtain, and on the stage floor.
The mega-cities of Brazil formed in a dizzying video display as acrobats jumped from roof to roof of emerging buildings and then on to the steep favela that served as the front stage for the ceremony.
For every service there's a front stage and a back stage.
The chairs were fancy but they were covered in plastic so you could stand up, spill beer and see perfectly if you weren't front stage.
In Latin America, successor liability for acts of corruption invoking governmental authorities has taken front stage as the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have dramatically increased enforcement of the U.
Finally, she stumbled into the living room setting on the front stage, a telephone rang and La voix humaine began.
The first day the work of the Membership Assembly started in earnest with Advocacy and Ethics taking front stage.
Boys come front stage to deliver soliloquies of one kind or another.