Antonyms for up-stage

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His air, as he sat down opposite Wilton, was soothing to the last degree, and his companion drew me up-stage.

He's been here about an hour; and he'll be here ontil fower o'clock, when the up-stage passes.

He would have preferred to "up-stage" her once more, as she had phrased it in her low jargon, but he was cornered.

Up-stage and down-stage mean respectively away from and toward the footlights.

He took Mr Pilkington by the elbow and drew him up-stage, lowering his voice to a confidential undertone.

He took Mr. Pilkington by the elbow and drew him up-stage, lowering his voice to a confidential undertone.

Cothurnus occupies a chair upon a platform, up-stage, centre, with two or three steps surrounding it on three sides.