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acting created or suited for stage, film, or television performance. [2/5 definitions]
actor one who plays roles in dramatic productions on stage, in films, or on radio and television. [1/2 definitions]
ad libitum at one's pleasure (used as a musical direction to indicate that a section so marked may be varied, improvised upon, or omitted, as the performer wishes, or as a stage direction to indicate that the performer may improvise).
anal in psychoanalysis, denoting or pertaining to a stage of psychological development characterized by interest in or attention to the anus. [1/2 definitions]
archenteron the primitive digestive cavity at the center of an embryo that is in the gastrula stage.
archiblast the outer layer of an embryo in a very early, two-layered stage of development. [1/2 definitions]
arena a stage, ring, or other circumscribed area where sporting events or performances are held. [1/4 definitions]
arena theater a theater that has a central stage surrounded on at least three sides by seats.
aside a comment made by an actor's character on stage that is heard by the audience but not, supposedly, by other characters. [1/6 definitions]
assault to stage an assault on; attack. [1/5 definitions]
atavistic of a trait, behavior, or the like, existing or playing a role at an earlier stage or time and recurring or reappearing within an organism or within a society after long absence or seeming disappearance.
axolotl any of various salamanders esp. of the southwestern United States and Mexico that mature sexually and breed while in the larval stage, still having gills.
backdrop a curtain at the rear of a stage setting, upon which are painted elements of the setting such as windows, furniture, the sky, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
backstage to or in the areas of a theater stage that are not visible to the audience, esp. the wings and dressing rooms. [3/4 definitions]
behind at a stage or position less advanced than. [1/10 definitions]
blastula an embryo in an early stage of development that consists of a single layer of cells forming a hollow sphere.
bottleneck a stage in a process where progress is retarded or blocked. [1/4 definitions]
Bronze Age the stage or level of development of human culture that followed the Stone Age and was characterized by the use of bronze tools and weapons; about 3,500 B.C. to 1,000 B.C.
burlesque in the United States, a stage show that features unsophisticated burlesques, popular music, and often stripteases; vaudeville show. [1/5 definitions]
callboard a backstage bulletin board in a theater, used by the director, stage manager, and the like to post notices or instructions.
cancan a vigorous stage dance including high kicking, performed by women in long skirts and petticoats.