flounces off stage in the middle of live sets?
portrayed by an actor who performs off-stage in front of a video camera.
skulk off stage left at this point, but not so on the PPT.
The normal manner would be to skulk off stage left at this point, but not so on the PPT.
The orchestration includes off-stage trumpets, horns and timpani.
The English comic actor, the late Sid James, typified the type on and off stage and was typecast in such roles.
Like a deer caught in the headlights, Simpson did a quick dance jig before slinking off stage.
His microphone was cut off and Cook walked off stage angry, leaving his fans confused.
Organizers quickly turned off the lights and Mariah ran off stage.
Some say the tiger sensed that Roy was having a mini-stroke and attempted to carry him off stage to safety, while others say that a group of women sitting in the front row were getting too close to the stage when Roy tripped and fell.
After a few words were exchanged, Melissa quietly returned Jason's engagement ring and walked off stage and out of Jason's life.
So, Molly and Jason walked off stage to go get reacquainted with one another.
A visibly upset Simpson has been shown on news networks, quickly trying to finish the song so she can get off stage.
Comedian and actress Kathy Griffin stars in this docu-drama that focuses on her life on and off stage.
Fantasia's off stage struggles have always kept her and her personal stories in the spotlight.
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