The opening in the wall which stands between stage and auditorium in some theatres; the picture frame through which the audience sees the play. The "fourth wall".
An arch framing the stage which separates the actors and audience.
The arch around the front of the stage.
The arch separating the audience area from the main stage area. The term derives from the Roman playhouse, in which the proscenium (literally, pro skene, or "in front of the stage") was the facing wall of the stage. Modern thrust and arena stages have no proscenium.
the arch over the opening in the proscenium wall
a frame around the stage which separates the actors and the set from the audience
(Or "pros arch"). The actual opening of a proscenium stage.
An opening in a wall that stands between a stage and an auditorium in some theaters; the frame through which the audience sees a play.
Theatrical expression for visible opening that frames stage. Also visible opening that frames DIORAMA.
opening in the proscenium through which the audience views the action of the play.
an arch over the front of a stage; the proscenium serves as a "frame" for the action on stage.
The opening in the proscenium through which the audience views a performance.
The opening in the front wall of the house through which the audience views the performance