Part of the stage that protrudes down stage of the proscenium, towards the audience. Also known as forestage or thrust.
The forestage extending into the auditorium beyond the proscenium arch. Usually at stage level but sometimes built lower.
The front part of a kilt
Part of a stage in front of the main curtain.
The part of the stage located in front of the proscenium; the forwardmost portion of the stage. The apron was used extensively in the English Restoration period, from whence the term comes. Today, it is usually called the forestage.
Area of the stage downstage of the setting line.
The stage floor area located downstage of the proscenium opening.
In a traditional theatre, the part of the stage which projects in front of the curtain. In many theatres this can be extended, sometimes by building out over the pit.
Section of the stage floor which projects towards or into the auditorium.
Area of the stage in front of the proscenium arch.
The front part of the stage between the orchestra pit and the curtain.
The front part of the stage between the curtain and the orchestra pit.
Also known as forestage, that part of the stage which juts out in front of the curtain.
Portion of the stage which protrudes from the proscenium arch into the audience area