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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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He dashed in as Oswald was pushed out, comically kissed him good-bye, and then immediately grabbed the upside down umbrella that hung stage left and ran to Lear's side.
Stage Left presented The Fisherman as part of its 2008 developmental "LeapFest" of new work.
Britain's Matthew Wilson crashed out fifth place with just one stage left to run.
The FTSE 100 Index endured a volatile day's trading that at one stage left it more than 100 points - nearly 3% - lower.
To this day tradition rules that the panto villain should be the first to enter from the dark side, which is the stage left, followed by his adversary the hero from the stage right.
Press room in stitches and Redknapp departs stage left.
But yesterday's stage left only one Discovery rider - Armstrong - in the top 10, while the day before there were five.
He has proved himself in all three football league divisions and on the international scene so the only stage left for him to prove himself on is the Premiership.
In the first part, the composer played piano, accompanying cellist Ani Aznavoorian, while in the second part, violinist Vadim Gluzman joined pianist Angela Yoffe--both couples performed stage left.
With a neon Whisky a Go go sign stage left and enough hits to burn up the dampest of spirits, the LA Doors are today's nearest live experience to the 60s idols they pay tribute to.
His exit stage left, when it came, somehow seems entirely appropriate for one so talentless.