stage right
noun Date: 1931 the right part of a stage from the viewpoint of one who faces the audience

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • stage right — adv on the right side of a theatre stage from the view of an actor facing the people in the ↑audience ▪ She had to exit stage right …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stage right — adverb on the right side of the stage for an actor who is looking toward the audience …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • stage right — stage′ right′ n. sbz the part of the stage that is right of center as one faces the audience • Etymology: 1930–35 …   From formal English to slang

  • stage right — noun the part of the stage on the actor s right as the actor faces the audience (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑right stage • Hypernyms: ↑right • Part Holonyms: ↑stage * * * noun : a right generally p …   Useful english dictionary

  • stage right — ADV: usu ADV after v, also prep ADV Stage right is the right side of the stage for an actor who is standing facing the audience. Two armies are situated stage right and stage left with an open area separating them …   English dictionary

  • stage right — Theat. the part of the stage that is right of center as one faces the audience. Also called right stage. [1930 35] * * * …   Universalium

  • stage right — noun The area to the right of the stage when looking towards the audience …   Wiktionary

  • stage right — UK / US adverb theatre on the right side of the stage for an actor who is looking towards the audience …   English dictionary

  • stage right — /steɪdʒ ˈraɪt/ (say stayj ruyt) noun the part of a theatre stage that is right of the centre as an actor faces the audience …   Australian English dictionary

  • Enter Stage Right — is a conservative libertarian magazine that has been publishing online since June 1, 1996, beginning life as a weekly column in 1993 in Laurentian University s student newspaper Lambda . The magazine s editor is Steven Martinovich. Actor and… …   Wikipedia

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