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Adjective: downstage  'dawn'steyj
  1. Of the front half of a stage
Noun: downstage  'dawn'steyj
  1. The front half of the stage (as seen from the audience)
Adverb: downstage  'dawn'steyj
  1. (dramaturgy) at or toward the front of the stage
    "the actors moved further and further downstage"

Derived forms: downstages

Type of: stage

Antonym: upstage

Part of: theater stage [US], theatre stage

Encyclopedia: Downstage