All Noun Adverb
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  • In the backstage it is revealed her father had already died during her training.
  • He had a backstage pass and he used it as often as possible.
  • She then went backstage and read the entire speech to the press.
  • An exchange took place between the two men backstage after the concert.
  • The film also showed backstage scenes from his best-known work.
  • Upper-class women could exert a little backstage political influence in high society.
  • Green rooms are usually located backstage, but sometimes under the stage, or to the side.
  • She ran backstage, as the fans were trying to figure out what was going on.
  • He can be heard from time to time running backstage, constantly out of breath.
  • He then later stated backstage that he did not wish to be captain, but would still be part of the team.
  • To obtain more, fans must sign up for a backstage pass on his website.
  • One example of this is the use of backstage relationships between two workers.
  • One member of each couple was on the main set and the other was isolated backstage.
  • Prior to learning to read, he spent a lot of hours backstage while his parents performed, being quiet for hours.
  • However, unlike the other concert, there is no backstage view in this concert.
  • Young people often work backstage, front-of-house and as musicians.
  • Some players would come backstage and wonder if we were fighting, because our bowings were different.
  • The building also contains a restaurant, shop, and full front-of-house and backstage facilities.
  • The remains, the stage, and the backstage of the Roman theatre can be seen outside the castle.
  • His children often worked with him, either onstage, backstage, or with his business.
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Words starting with backstage

Meaning of backstage

  • adverb Out of view of the public; behind the scenes
    Working backstage to gain political support for his proposal, many private deals were made backstage at the convention
  • adverb In or to a backstage area of a theater
    costumes were changed backstage