Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The proprietary right of the author of a dramatic composition in respect to its performance; the exclusive right to perform or authorize the performance of a particular drama. Compare copyright.
“Here's Guy on his cellphone, here's Joey, here's the Proprietor on a balcony stage-right, as ominous as she is elegant, here's Jack staggering onto the dias, and here's Puck coming on stage-right, being stopped in his tracks by the Fates.”
“Notably, during and directly stage-right of the boistrous Klingon Summit panel (full costumes, full Klingon 'tude, fully-delighted audience), I ask Creation co-founder Adam Malin (who looks too young to have begun the company in 1971) how this super-cool event came to be.”
“Seven guided us into the stage-right offstage wing and through a maze of stacked lumber, stage lights, and other material.”
“Just off center above us yawned the dark rectangle of the open trapdoor through which I would make my entrance, dangling on a rope that ran across through pulleys, so the free end could be held by my uncle, standing behind the stage-right frame.”
“With Iraq fading from the front pages, enter Russia stage-right.”
“At one point there is a little girl playing stage-right and I go over to her and I start talking to her, thinking maybe because she's young I can get her to break character and talk to me, and I am trying to get her to tell me her name.”
“I'm in the back row of the chorus, just beneath the stage-right balcony ... not that you can see me or anything, but still.”
“Enter the PROPRIETOR, stage-right, quietly and unseen.”
“CHORUS lifts his glass but flourishes it stage-right, an introduction.”
“The REGULARS are coming on from stage-left and stage-right, filing through the doorway, which has the “EXIT” lit up.”
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