They would now use any one of several theatrical devices to function as stage curtains.
The new stage curtain is an exact copy of the 19th-century original.
During this discussion, Wilson is found in the church hall, asleep behind the stage curtain.
But it is emphatically parted in the middle and looks like a stage curtain.
Going past the stage curtain, he encounters a girl in a blue dress.
The term is derived from the act of raising the stage curtain.
I believe that someone else shot Julian from the stage curtain.
He swung around and tried to flee back through the stage curtain.
Her fingers brushed the heavy cloth - almost like a stage curtain.
These backgrounds change when the main stage curtains are closed.