drop scene

noun Theater.

a drop curtain, often of painted or dyed canvas, located downstage and used as the backdrop for a scene played while the set upstage is being changed.
a scene or act played with less intensity than the preceding one.
the last scene of an act or play.

Nearby words

  1. drop off,
  2. drop out,
  3. drop pass,
  4. drop press,
  5. drop rudder,
  6. drop scone,
  7. drop seat,
  8. drop shipment,
  9. drop shipper,
  10. drop shot

Origin of drop scene

First recorded in 1805–15

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