Unformatted text preview: sets. Multiple sets are easier to shift or fly on this stage the stage can handle a larger cast. Thrust stage Downstage (D) area expands the apron so audience sits on three sides. Stage area includes both expanded apron and upstage (U). Actors may enter from the same aisles the audience uses as well as UL, UR, and UC. This stage offers both an intimate style and flexible stage. Multiple stage sets are possible and cast size may be large or small. Flexible stage/Black Box Can take many forms. The audience and performers can remain separate or be intermingled. The configuration of the stage can change during the course of the performance...
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- Spring '14
- Theatre, stage, Blocking, Proscenium, Parts of a theatre, Stage terminology