If you're eliminated, step offstage with good grace.
Several times, she walked offstage before finishing a show.
Early on in his musical career, Ian Curtis was diagnosed with epilepsy, and his dancing style onstage rather disturbingly mirrored the fits he would have offstage.
THAT NIGHT Lucy's Bedroom A bat flits outside Lucy's window Dracula: (whispering from offstage) Lucy!
offstage noises are also shown.
offstage voice suggests that something dreadful will be expected of them or done to them in an hour or less.
offstage stuff and showing it or putting it onstage.
offstage sound of a boisterous brownie pack to set the piece at the opening.
If you prefer working with guests offstage, then consider a spot as a cruise director, a youth leader or a party planner.
She was sometimes booed offstage by her fans who were disappointed at her sloppy showing.
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