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Main stage theatre is that which falls between studio theatre and large-scale events. It is usually performed in a proscenium theatre or on a thrust stage. Main stage is also used to describe the performance space with the largest audience capacity at a performing arts festival or other venues.

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Standon Calling - History
... It became a live music event in 2004, with a single stage on the same site and a one day line-up including Sevenball and Do Me Bad Things ... In 2005, a second stage was secretly built in an adjacent field ... expanded to two days in 2006 with a full-size main stage, a Friesian cow-themed dancefloor in a former stables and a treehouse bar built into a circle of horse chestnut trees ...
Main Stage - Modern Usage - Strip Clubs
... In strip clubs, the main stage is where the currently featured performer will dance as part of a rotation ... In most clubs the main stage is a dominant feature of the layout ... During each set of one or more songs, the current performer will dance on stage in exchange for tips ...
Sound Squad New Years Revolutions - New Years Revolutions - 2006 - 2007
... Another stage was added to the festival in this year, with one main stage, and another more ambient, chill stage by the river ... Main Stage Live acts Sweat X joined the lineup which had previously consisted just of DJs and MCs ... Chill Stage The chill stage was situated by the large river, and featured artists playing reggae, dub, hip hop, electronica and ambient drum n bass ...
Sticky & Sweet Tour - Development
... Costume designer Arianne Phillips designed the main costumes for the tour ... The stage's layout was similar to the Confessions Tour stage ... were four different clusters of loudspeakers in the back of the stage, providing sound to the rear tiers ...

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