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A performer hired to do a role only if the featured player is unable to perform; used primarily in live theatre.
- UP STAGE
(a) The area located at the back of the stage. Down Stage is the area in front of the performer. (b) To draw attention to oneself at the expense of a fellow performer.
The promotion of an extra performer in a scene to the category of principal performer.
Unit Production Manager - Oversees the crews and handles the scheduling of all the technical responsibilities of the production.