Definition of stage door in English:

stage door

Syllabification: stage door

noun

An actors‘ and workers’ entrance from the street to the area of a theater behind the stage.
More example sentences
  • I'd been hanging around the street, having had a terrific time at the matinee and not particularly wanting the afternoon to be over, and watched as the performers began to filter out through the stage door and into the street.
  • I was quite artistic and I studied an arts foundation course at Bradford College and later worked at the Alhambra Theatre backstage, in the box office and on the stage door.
  • After breakfast, we headed over to the theatre, where the tour bus was parked by the stage door.

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