American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A worker who shifts scenery, adjusts lighting, and performs other tasks required in a theatrical production.
- n. an employee of a theater who performs work involved in putting on a theatrical production
- stage + hand (manual worker) (Wiktionary)
“The 'stagehand' is Ant (or possibly Dec), presenter of the show. gunga galunga: he knew exactly what audeince's preconceptions”
“He was a stagehand at the Cleveland Convention Center and a lighting man at the Roxy Bar & Grille on Short Vincent Avenue.”
“Â In truth, Chaplin did not always portray a tramp; in many of his films his character was employed as a waiter, store clerk, stagehand, fireman, and the like.”
“Five minutes, a stagehand poked her head in and told Alaina.”
“SELLER: Heidi Brown, a stagehand on Broadway in New York.”
“Brent Haywood Heidi Brown, a stagehand on Broadway in New York, inherited this Mediterranean-style house in La Jolla, Calif., from her aunt and uncle, who died in February within two weeks of each other after almost 61 years of marriage.”
“Among those killed were security guard Glenn Goodrich and stagehand Nathan Byrd.”
“I spoke with Eric Lavalley, a stagehand who picketed with his IATSE union Saturday afternoon on Broad Street.”
“Anton Troianovski / The Wall Street Journal After switching to AT&T from Alltel: Deadwood, S.D., stagehand Mike Stockert says his phone rarely worked after the switch and service is still spotty.”
“It put me in a coffin, is all I can say," said Deadwood stagehand Mike Stockert, 21 years old, who still gets spotty service since AT&T took over.”
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