upstage

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toward or at the rear of a theatrical stage

The actor turned and walked upstage.

The part of a stage that is farthest from the audience or camera
To draw attention away from

She only wore that dress to upstage everyone.

To force an actor to face away from the audience by staying upstage
At the rear of a stage

The minimalist play used no upstage scenery.

To treat snobbishly
away from a motion-picture or television camera
at or toward the rear of the stage; "the dancers were directed to move upstage
{s} snobbish, arrogant, haughty (Informal); pertaining to the rear of the stage (Theater)
{f} move upstage causing another actor to turn his back to the audience (Theatre); draw attention away from another, steal the show; treat someone haughtily
of the back half of a stage; "she crossed to the upstage chair forcing the lead to turn his back to the audience"
move (another actor) upstage, forcing him to turn away from the audience
move (another actor) upstage, forcing him to turn away from the audience treat snobbishly, put in one's place of the back half of a stage; "she crossed to the upstage chair forcing the lead to turn his back to the audience"
at or toward the rear of the stage; "the dancers were directed to move upstage"
When an actor is upstage or moves upstage, he or she is or moves towards the back part of the stage. Upstage and right of centre, Robert Morris stands with his back to the audience Position a camera upstage They slowly moved from upstage left into the centre. downstage Upstage is also an adjective. the large upstage box that Noble used for his 1990 production of King Lear. downstage
treat snobbishly, put in one's place
remote in manner; "stood apart with aloof dignity"; "a distant smile"; "he was upstage with strangers"
If someone upstages you, they draw attention away from you by being more attractive or interesting. He had a younger brother who always publicly upstaged him. to do something that takes people's attention away from someone else who is more important
steal the show, draw attention to oneself away from someone else; "When the dog entered the stage, he upstaged the actress"
adverb upstage 2
towards the back of the stage in a theatre
upstaged
past of upstage
upstages
third-person singular of upstage
upstaging
Acting method utilized by the character "Delightful" in the southern comedy Dearly Departed From Dennis Knapp, Barnwell County Circle Theatre
upstaging
present participle of upstage
upstaging
causing the audience's attention to be drawn away from the dramatic focus of the scene So termed because on a raked stage an actor can be behind the dramatic focus but higher in altitude, and therefore more visible and distracting when engaging in this behavior Highly discouraged Back to Table of Contents banner()
upstaging
To deliberately draw focus on stage
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