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stage door

a door at a theatre leading backstage

stage door

An exterior door leading to the backstage of a theater, used primarily by theater personnel.
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British boxing champion Anthony Joshua arriving at the stage door of Newcastle's Tyne Theatre ahead of a public question and answer session last night Simon Greener
The storyline leads the audience through a maze of red herrings until the astonishing truth about the Stage Door Slasher is finally revealed.
Ma Egerton's Stage Door has been named the area's best by Pub & Bar magazine Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY
There are still a hell of a lot more people at the stage door then I'm used to but they're all very nice and attentive.
I remember walking to the stage door to do the show after opening night.
Stage door Janes desperate for a glimpse of hunk Bradley Cooper are turning the West End into the Wild West.
As we left, we walked past a crowd of adoring fans swooning as Damian slipped out the stage door of another theatre.
Contract award: reception and security services at the stage door / connection of a bmz to alarm center of the contractor.
Frank Sinatra rank Sinatra famously famously walked walked through the through the stage door at stage door at the Ayr Gaiety the Ayr Gaiety in 1952 and performed to only 50 people.
Lohan also tweeted a snap of her outside a stage door with the caption, "Ready for my close-up
Marlis Schweitzer's excellent monograph, When Broadway Was The Runway, makes clear that these stage door appearances, and their breathless reporting in the fashion press, are nothing new.
However, it is only Act 2 scene 5, the scene noted earlier in which Shylock attempts to keep Jessica locked away from the sight of Christian revellers, that seems clearly to require the closing of a stage door.