Stage and Theatrical


Stage noun - A level usually raised surface.
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Synonyms for Stage

Theatrical is a synonym for stage in drama topic. In some cases you can use "Theatrical" instead the word "Stage" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like cinema.

Nearby Words: stagy, staged, staging, stager, stagey


Theatrical noun - A performance of a play.

Stage is a synonym for theatrical in drama topic. You can use "Stage" instead the word "Theatrical" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as cinema.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Of Mice and Men This has no plot-relevant reason, but does make the theatrical adaptation easier to stage when his hand gets crushed.
  • Cash Cow Franchise Sakura Wars, in its heyday in Japan, not only spawned numerous spin-off games and OAV, TV and theatrical anime, but had semiannual stage shows and even a Cosplay Café of its own.
  • This was the age of outlandish costumes and theatrical on-stage antics, often highly sexualised.
    Source: Glam Rock
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