- adv.向舞台后部; 在舞台后部;
- adj.舞台后部的; <口>傲慢的; 自负的;
- vt.抢戏; 抢镜头; 使相形见绌; 傲慢地对待;
- 第三人称单数: upstages;
- 过去式: upstaged;
- 过去分词: upstaged;
- 现在分词: upstaging;
They slowly moved from upstage left into the centre.
Position a camera upstage.
Upstage and right of centre, Robert Morris stands with his back to the audience.
The actor moved upstage away from the audience.
He tried to upstage his boss at the meeting.
They're much too upstage for us these days.
Can anybody tell me what the difference between upstage and downstage is?
He was upstage with strangers.
The dancers were directed to move upstage.
An interpreter must n't upstage the speaker.
She crossed to the upstage chair forcing the lead to turn his back to the audience.
Chicago will probably never upstage New York as the hub for America's investment banking talent.
1. treat snobbishly, put in one's place
2. move (another actor) upstage, forcing him to turn away from the audience
3. steal the show, draw attention to oneself away from someone else;
"When the dog entered the stage, he upstaged the actress"
1. of the back half of a stage;
"she crossed to the upstage chair forcing the lead to turn his back to the audience"
2. remote in manner;
"stood apart with aloof dignity"
"a distant smile"
"he was upstage with strangers"
1. at or toward the rear of the stage;
"the dancers were directed to move upstage"