Translation of onstage in Spanish:

onstage

en escena, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɑnˈsteɪdʒ//ɒnˈsteɪdʒ/

adjective

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    en escena
    • When it comes to onstage theatricality and over the top rock and roll antics, these are the names that come to mind.
    • She is very dramatic as in all the roles she tackles, and I am sure that live onstage she is much more convincing.
    • Once the play is on, there is a clear distinction between work onstage and life outside the theatre.
    • Later in the show the band invited members of the audience up onstage to jam with them.
    • Looking very comfortable with each other onstage, it let the audience get into their music.
    • However, it is wise to leave the history in the classroom and concentrate on the drama onstage.
    • It begs the question, in a time when any live music is becoming rare, why was he on a stage or why did he want to be onstage?
    • At these events, the audience may provide as much of the show and the drama as what goes on onstage.
    • The band is also known for its hard-hitting political satire and onstage antics.
    • Dio's latest lineup certainly made up for the lack of onstage accoutrements this time around.
    • So I went onstage and recited those lyrics and the reaction of the audience was amazing.
    • By the end of the act, he is lurking perpetually onstage, moaning and berating by degrees.
    • The speed with which we could do this was really like a magnificent return to a type of acting that you do onstage more so than in films.
    • The musicians will be onstage with the singers, and the stage will be dressed with flowers and blue velvet curtains.
    • She was the one who really belonged onstage and she dragged me onstage along with her.
    • Their contention is the stage is not strong enough to have the pachyderm onstage.
    • While the party onstage might not be in full swing, as an audience, you'll certainly enjoy it.
    • An actor onstage walked over to the actress, which was not apart of the script, and touched her face as he spoke to her.
    • She is an immensely talented actress and a pleasure to watch onstage.
    • The audience is further alienated from the onstage exchanges by the sound design.

adverb

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    to come onstage salir a escena
    • to appear onstage aparecer en escena