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staging
American English: /ˈsteɪdʒɪŋ/
British English: /ˈsteɪdʒɪŋ/

Translation of staging in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (Theater) 1.1 countable (production) 1.2 uncountable (stagecraft)
    técnica (feminine) escénica
    Example sentences
    • The Broadway musical ‘One Touch of Venus’ receives its first full-scale British staging presented by Opera North at the Lowry, Salford Quays.
    • Presently playing, for example, is his staging of Austrian dramatist Arthur Schnitzler's ‘Professor Bernhardi’.
    • Over on BBC TWO at 12.50 pm, the English National Opera present a remarkable contemporary staging of JS Bach's St John Passion.
  • 2 uncountable (scaffolding)
    Example sentences
    • Everything in it, on the level of staging, lighting, cutting and framing, creates that sense and sensation of perfect union, of the oneness of the lovers.
    • The film-makers were able to revolve an entire two hour story around two sets, using lighting and staging to make it feel like this is hundred of different rooms.
    • I accept the evidence that there was a period of at least ten hours required to prepare the Windsor Arena for the Gaelforce dance production, commencing with the delivery of the flooring and staging.

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