In blocking, to move from one area of the stage to another.
The area of the stage closest to the audience.
When either the stage manager or an assistant is following the script in order to help actors when they stumble over lines.
To help an actor with his lines when he either asks or is stumbling.
The area from which the stage manager runs the show. Usually found just to the right or left of the proscenium backstage. The stage manager often sits in the lighting or sound booth to call the show.
A rapid extinguishing of all light onstage.
The tempo of the performance.
The bulletin board used by stage managers to post any information pertinent to actors and crew, such as rehearsal schedules and costume fittings.