Definition of proscenium arch in English:

proscenium arch

Line breaks: pro|scen¦ium arch

noun

An arch framing the opening between the stage and the auditorium in some theatres.
More example sentences
  • The effect I want is different to the proscenium arch, but the proscenium arch developed because the spectacle of a group of people on stage was fascinating.
  • It is a proscenium theatre, but the proscenium arch is made almost invisible by its dark colour, uniting the audience and actor in a single room.
  • It stretches into the auditorium, with a fire-breathing dragon atop the proscenium arch, and winged monkeys flying over our heads.

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