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Words Related to Cinema and Theater - In the Theater and Cinema

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Words Related to Cinema and Theater
aisle
[noun]
a narrow passage in a theater, train, aircraft, etc. that separates rows of seats
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auditorium
[noun]
the area of a theater or concert hall where the audience sits
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backcloth
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a piece of cloth that is painted, hung at the rear of a stage as part of the scenery
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backdrop
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a piece of painted cloth that is hung at the back of a theater stage as part of the scenery
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backstage
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the part of a theater that is out of the audience's sight where performers can change their clothes
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balcony
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an upper floor in a theater or cinema where there are seats for the audience
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bill
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the list of entertainment programs or performers at a concert, theater, etc.
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circle
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a curved upper floor in a theater or opera house where there are seats for the audience
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curtain
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a thick heavy piece of cloth that is hung in front of a stage in a theater and is raised or pulled aside when a performance begins
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downstage
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the anterior part of a stage in theater that is in the audience's sight
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dressing room
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a room where actors can change costumes or prepare for their performance
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drop curtain
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a curtain or a painted piece of cloth that can be lowered and raised designed for the stage
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entr'acte
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the interval between two acts of a theatrical performance
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fleapit
[noun]
a neglected and dirty cinema or theater
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footlight
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a type of stage lighting placed at floor level to illuminate the performers from below, often used in dance performances
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foyer
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a large space at the entrance of a hotel or theater where people can wait or meet
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gallery
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a narrow balcony at the highest part of a theater hall where people are accommodated, with cheap seats
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gangway
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a passage between rows of seats in an auditorium, aircraft, etc.
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green room
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a room in a theater, a studio, etc. in which performers can relax while not performing
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house
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the area in which the audience sits while a movie, concert or theater is performed
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mezzanine
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the first floor above the ground floor in a theater where there are seats for the audience
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orchestra
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the seats that are located near the stage in a theater
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ovation
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an enthusiastic expression of approval by the audience, typically through clapping
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playbill
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a list of plays that are performed in a theater
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prop
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any object used by actors in the performance of a movie or play
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proscenium
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the wall separating the audience and the stage in a theater hall, including the arch on its top
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safety curtain
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a thick heavy curtain in front of a stage in a theater that could be lowered as a precaution in case of fire
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scenery
[noun]
the painted hangings at the background and the accessories on a theater stage
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set
[noun]
a stage where a play is performed or a location where a motion picture is recorded
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stage
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an elevated area, especially in theaters, on which artists perform for the audience
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stage door
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an entrance to a theater that is designated for the use of the staff and actors
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stage left
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the left side of the stage from the point of view of an actor who is facing the audience
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stage right
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the right side of the stage from the point of view of an actor who is facing the audience
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upper circle
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the seats that are located on the second floor of a theater hall
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upstage
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the back part of the stage that is the most distant from the audience
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wardrobe
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the department in a theater or movie company that is in charge of the costumes of actors
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wind machine
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a machine that is used in a theater or movie to create artificial wind
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thrust stage
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a theater stage design where the stage extends into the audience on three sides, allowing for a more intimate and immersive theatrical experience
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box office
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a small place at a cinema, theater, etc. from which tickets are bought
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wing
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any of the sides of the stage in a theater that is not in the audience's sight
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amphitheater
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a venue featuring a central stage surrounded by rising tiers of seating, providing unobstructed views for the audience and enhancing the acoustics for performances
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catwalk
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narrow pathway high in the air (as above a stage or between parts of a building or along a bridge)
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gel
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a thin translucent membrane used over stage lights for color effects
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houselights
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the lights that illuminate an audience area in a theater or performance space
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marquee
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permanent canopy over an entrance of a hotel etc.
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black box theater
[noun]
a simple, versatile performance space with black walls that can be set up in different ways for various types of shows
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surtitle
[noun]
translated words projected above or next to the stage on a screen in an opera or play
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apron
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the part of a modern theater stage between the curtain and the orchestra (i.e., in front of the curtain)
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projection booth
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a room in a movie theater or other venue where the projector and other equipment for showing films or videos are located
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concession stand
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a small retail outlet or booth typically found in movie theaters, sports arenas, or amusement parks, where food, drinks, and other items are sold to patrons
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3D screen
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a display technology that allows viewers to see images or videos in three dimensions, giving the illusion of depth and creating a more immersive visual experience
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IMAX screen
[noun]
a very large movie screen that provides a more intense and impressive audiovisual experience than a regular movie theater
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prompt corner
[noun]
a designated backstage location in a theater where crew members communicate with performers during a live performance
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box set
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a set design that creates the illusion of a complete interior room on stage, usually by building three walls with the fourth wall left open for the audience's view
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flat
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scenery made of a wooden frame covered with painted canvas, used as part of a stage setting
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