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stage left

The side of the stage to the left of an actor as he faces the audience.
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Saturday at Stage Left Cafe with three outstanding ensembles -- Nico Vallenas's Chromatic Experiment, the Paul Abella Trio and the John Wojciechowski Quartet.
"Michele has been a humble yet productive contributor to Canada's disability arts and culture movement," said Loretta Young, Stage Left's diversity director.
As long as these exertions have not taken too much out of her, Stage Left is capable of winning for her trainer Heney Cecil over this trip of a mile and a quarter.
The bus retreated stage left, and the crowd dispersed into the foggy night to pursue higher proof pastures at the bar down the street.
The cover photograph of Baker shows a coquette in sandals and "Banana shirt shirring," a skirt that fans out "like a paddle wheel / propelled by her repeated pirouettes." She points stage left and smiles, a dancer of jokes and good humor, a professional who knows how to win, a black woman who uses yet overcomes "the blackface minstrel."
British Columbians are spending the fall recovering from collective whiplash incurred during Premier Glen Clark's rapid costume changes throughout his summer-long passion play, "Greeny-Brown Like Me." Act I: Enter Clark stage left, clad in eco-warrior fatigues, halo aglow, ready to defend Pacific salmon from greedy Americans in the name of conservation.
Saturday at Stage Left Cafe with three ensembles -- Nico Vallenas's Chromatic Experiment, the Paul Abella Trio and the John Wojciechowski Quartet.
Well, Stage Left Theatre Workshop are giving you the chance to make up your own mind with their next show, Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach.
Ladies, enough of this.Exit, stage left, in protest.I'd like to see them try to make a movie without you.
Well, a guy flashing you stage left is going to be a suprise, surprise, eh girls?!
These plays will see their world premiere as part of the Left Out Festival, an annual festival produced by Stage Left, taking place this year from April 20 - 30, at Stage Left Studio, 214 W.