The place of maximum visibility; forefront: When women's issues were brought to center stage, the Democrats caved (1990s+ fr theater)
Few others could garner the national attention that Clint can, and the Republicans were right to put him center stage.
center stage were two Scottish actors who had moved to the United States as the stars of multimillion-dollar film franchises.
Jennifer Egan was center stage through much of the recent Book Expo America in New York.
At the same time, the world financial crisis put the IMF and its head at center stage in global affairs.
But there she was, center stage, for the finale of the three-hour opening ceremony.
And he wanted to be center stage—a decision that comes with significant risk.
Information technology is center stage here, playing an essential role in the looming End of Days.
One figure after another comes to center stage, dances a number, and exits.
For us, peace with the Palestinians should be center stage, not an inconvenient nuisance.
Halleck held the position that delighted his soul,—center stage,—and he was a respecter of neither the Faculty nor his seniors.