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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.

Advantages of thrust stage.
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This works very well for dance / movement-based work.


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). .


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


End on Proscenium arch In the round Traverse Thrust.


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.