Definition of Outdoor stage
1. Noun. A platform where a (brass) band can play in the open air.
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Literary usage of Outdoor stage
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1. Writing the Photoplay by Joseph Berg Esenwein, Arthur Leeds (1919)
"Frequently the director will put up a special outdoor stage overlooking the sea, or a beautiful garden or landscape, on which to build a certain interior ..."
2. Community Drama and Pageantry by Mary Porter Beegle, Jack Randall Crawford (1916)
"Upon the outdoor stage, grouping has to be managed with far-away ... Assume, however, that the average outdoor stage has three distances — a far-off ..."
3. Behind the Motion-picture Screen by Austin Celestin Lescarboura (1919)
"Once the location is settled upon, the outdoor stage must be more or less prepared before the actors are brought out, for with a few hundred or a few ..."
4. Plays of the Pioneers: A Book of Historical Pageant-plays by Constance D'Arcy Mackay (1915)
"By suitability is meant that the outdoor stage shall be an appropriate setting for the material on hand, that it shall have ..."
5. The Book of Shakespeare, the Playmaker by Frederick Henry Koch (1916)
"Our open-air theater is a distinct contribution to the history of the outdoor stage, being the first to utilize the natural curve of a stream as the ..."
6. The Civic Theatre in Relation to the Redemption of Leisure: A Book of by Percy MacKaye (1912)
"... properly conducted during the outdoor season. This consideration I suggest to the officers of all local Granges. The MacDowell outdoor stage at ..."
7. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1922)
"... New Hampshire An outdoor stage for professional performances A summer school for students of the drama and of stage dancing Dramatic instruction through ..."
8. The Open-air Theatre by Sheldon Cheney (1918)
"Freedom from the indoor mannerisms and conventions is imperative; the "society manner" will never carry on the outdoor stage. In a peculiar sense the actor ..."