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That area within the performance space within which the actor may move in full view of the audience
The part of the theatre accommodating the audience during the performance. Sometimes known as the 'house'
The part of the stage and theatre which is out of the sight of the audience. The service areas of the theatre
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A superstitious and widely accepted alternative to 'Good Luck' (which is considered bad luck).
Furnishings, set dressings, and all items large and small which cannot be classified as scenery, electrics or wardrobe.
Process where the director or casting director of a production asks actors / actresses / performers to show him/her what they can do
Following a rehearsal (or an early performance in a run) the director will give notes to the cast and crew about where to make changes, improvements, cuts etc
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