a door at the back or side of a theater, used by performers and theater personnel.
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How to use stage door in a sentence
Performing eight shows a week was somehow freeing, and the fans waiting outside the stage door made the connection immediate.
We do know that the night after he saw her a large bunch of roses greeted Jeanne Duval at the stage door.
In Eloy's expo, there is a nod to Robinson, Galliano's man in the shadows smiling coyly at the stage door.
He had no notion of just what were the fixed post rights of anybody waiting at a stage door to see an actress.The Boy Grew Older | Heywood Broun
The desire to confide in somebody eventually took Peter around to a stage door, though not the one at the end of the alley.The Boy Grew Older | Heywood Broun
They cost me many a dollar to send through the stage-door by the gouty Cerberus at the gate when Bella trod the boards.
Two of the shows were already over, and the curtain was about to rise on the third, when Field reached the stage door.The Slave of Silence | Fred M. White
Before Hurstwood could act, two ladies flounced across the broad walk and disappeared in the stage door.Sister Carrie | Theodore Dreiser
British Dictionary definitions for stage door
a door at a theatre leading backstage
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