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Advantages: actors can enter from upstage (US) and downstage (DS) if required, a backdrop or cyclorama can still be used on one side, audience are closer to the action.

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and large pieces. In theatre and performing arts, the stage (sometimes referred to as the deck in stagecraft) is a designated space for the performance of productions. .

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The audience sit facing each other on either side of the stage which allows for set to be included but a very intimate atmosphere and clever choreography.

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The various methods of plotting a traverse have their own advantages and disadvantages. audience is seated on either side facing each other.

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This works very well for dance / movement-based work.

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It has a stage that is separated from the audience by a curtain. Thrust. Test.

. 4. c)The Thrust StageIn a thrust stage, the stage itself projects into the audience, so the audience are seated on 3 sides of the stage, similar to a catwalk design. advantages of traverse stage - audience feel very close to stage (two long front rows). .

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What is good about a traverse stage? Traverse. Set can be 2D as only seen from one angle.

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End on Proscenium arch In the round Traverse Thrust.

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Projection can be easy.

Like proscenium arch and end-on staging, there is a back wall that can be used for hanging backdrops and large scenery.