(up stage) Oh, don't be so beastly serious, there's no harm done.
I led her up stage as the house fairly rose to her splendid acting.
Up stage are French windows leading to a veranda, with drive below; a writing desk between the windows.
The stage-road ain't a mile off, and I kalkilate to wait here till the up stage comes.
Up stage L. is a small screen or partition whose purpose is to conceal the sink.
Large wall lanterns, on up stage and down stage, end of window arch.
The up stage was stopped at Grangers; the last mail had been abandoned in the tules, the rider swimming for his life.
Up stage, at the left, are the curtains, which part in the middle; they are held by a cord which is fastened by the wall.
Delia (moving quickly to above Tremayne and taking his L. hand, and pulling him up stage to swing doors).
It did not please him now to find his sister so fully under the limelight and himself "up stage."