Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Proscenium Arch stage

A proscenium arch stage is a theatre place which primary feature is a large frame or arch, which is going to be located near the stage or maybe in front of the stage. Proscenium is a Latin word which meaning is in front of the scenery. When a play is on the audience will be directly facing the stage, which normally would be raised several feet above the front row audience. The main stage is behind the arch which is normally marked by a curtain which can be drawn lower or even closed, the space in front of that is called the apron. Proscenium stages are normally used for drama plays, musical and concerts.  

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