Dancing around the world
Welcome to the Radacadabra Stage! If you are ever looking for Zhu-ting you will often find him here! Zhu-ting used to love performing on a stage but focuses mainly on choreography now.
The stage is an area that a performance takes place on where actors and dancers perform a play or a dance in front of an audience.
Did you know that there are actually different types of stage including:
- Proscenium Stage: In a theatre with a Proscenium Arch, the audience sit in front of the stage and watch the performance from one side of the stage only.
- Thrust Stages: Thrust stages are similar to proscenium stages but part of the stage extends out into the auditorium so that the audiences sit all around it.
- Theatre in the Round: At a theatre in the round, the audience sit all the way around the stage (on all sides of the stage) and the dancers or actors dance and act in the centre
The main difference between the types of stage are what they are used for and exactly where the audience sit.