There is no drop curtain in a Chinese theatre, and all scenes are changed on the open stage before you.
In one direction the wet perspective of the avenue appeared as empty as a street scene on a drop curtain.
In the cars the double windows, covered with frost, were about as transparent as a drop curtain.
The orchestra had already commenced the prelude to a vaudeville turn, and the drop curtain had revealed the stage.
The drop curtain was up, showing a pretty English country scene.
He then proceeded to take a survey of the front of the house through the peep-hole in the drop curtain.
The door closed, and the inmates drew a long breath; it was as if the drop curtain had descended between the acts of a drama.
The stage was supplied with all the accessories: wings, flies, arches, and drop curtain.
I thought I could hear Mr. Foy speak to some one back in the scenery as though he was waiting for the drop curtain.
He has gone into the Unknown; the whistle of the train steaming slowly out is the voice of the call-boy at the drop curtain.