the front half of the stage (as seen from the audience)
of the front half of a stage
at or toward the front of the stage;
"the actors moved further and further downstage"
- Downstage personnel has not answered the reporter's query.
- At this point, the actor moves downstage to address the audience.
- Consequently, the adjustment of policy of region economy development was mentioned downstage.
- An innovation can adapt the impression that technology gives people, an incident makes possibly some technology from rear trend downstage.
- For as Nicholas sings along with everyone else, he spots, crouching far downstage center, a starving boy.