onstage

[on-steyj, awn-]
adverb
1.
on or onto the stage (opposed to offstage ): The director shouted, “Onstage, everybody!”
adjective
2.
of, pertaining to, or used in the acting area, or that part of the stage that is in view of the audience.

Origin:
1925–30; on + stage

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onstage

adjective
1. situated or taking place on the area of a stage visible to the audience [ant: offstage

adverb
1. on the stage; "it was time for her to go onstage" [ant: offstage
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Example sentences for onstage
This, coupled with their high gain before feedback makes them ideal for onstage
  use.
Volunteers serve in a wide range of areas within the museum, both onstage and
  off.
I found that i had a gift for slapstick humor, and it was fun to exercise it
  onstage.
Even onstage, there was a much more serious energy around him.
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