[ UK /bˈækste‍ɪd‍ʒ/ ]
[ US /ˈbækˈsteɪdʒ/ ]
  1. concealed from public view or attention
    offstage political meetings
  1. in or to a backstage area of a theater
    costumes were changed backstage
  2. out of view of the public; behind the scenes
    Working backstage to gain political support for his proposal
    many private deals were made backstage at the convention
  1. a stage area out of sight of the audience
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How To Use backstage In A Sentence

  • Not sure backstage before a sell-out show is the time to jot down ideas though. The Sun
  • Suggestion: write it down next time and do a run through while waiting “backstage.” — airish I Do Solemnly Swear…(Line, Please?) - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • The Amazonian is back in another dress; either that or they have a whole tribe of them backstage.
  • Who was the starriest celeb backstage? The Sun
  • We went backstage after the show to meet the actors.
  • A special welcome awaits those with an interest in drama either on stage or backstage.
  • That was the only backstage pass I needed. The Sun
  • Backstage proper I had expected something approaching theatrical Bedlam. Times, Sunday Times
  • See our exclusive backstage footage online. The Sun
  • I still remember the smell of foundation cream and face powder, of cosmetics and finely toned skin that hit me backstage at my first show. Times, Sunday Times
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