proscenium arch

Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

In a theatre or similar building, the arch above the opening in the proscenium wall, at the front of the stage. In the U.S., as usually constructed, the arch is a relieving arch above a lintel composed of iron beams. 2. The imitation arch formed by means of furring, or the like, beneath such a lintel; the opening, of whatever form, which allows the performance to be seen by the audience.

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