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Parts of the Theater. An Overview. Thrust Stage. Proscenium Stage. Arena Stage/ Theater-in-the-Round. The Teaser is a short, horizontal drape used for masking the flies and lighting. Teaser. Traveler. A Traveler is any drapery that moves or opens horizontally. Border.

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traveler
Traveler

A Traveler is any drapery that moves or opens horizontally

border
Border

A Border is a horizontal drape that runs across the top of the stage, hiding lighting instruments

scrim

A Scrim is a drop that when lit from the front is “opaque” and when lit from the back is “transparent”

Scrim
legs wings

Wings are the spaces on the stage the audience is unable to see

Legs are narrow, vertical stage drapes used for masking

Legs/Wings
apron

The Apron is the flat extension of the of the stage floor that projects from the proscenium arch toward the audience

Apron
orchestra pit

TheOrchestra Pitisthe space between the the stage and the auditorium, usually below stage level, that holds the orchestra

Orchestra Pit
auditorium
Auditorium

TheAuditoriumis the seating area from which the audience observes the action of the play