wagon stage meaning

  "wagon stage" in a sentence

A stage mounted on wheels or rollers, usually powered; moves horizontally for the quick change of an entire theatrical setting.


  1. Plays were staged on pageant wagon stages, which were platforms mounted on wheels used to move scenery.
  2. White Toyota Station Wagon Stage : This period was defined by a back seat full of toddlers and an English sheep dog.
  3. Outside in Calico Square Harvey Walker played Doctor I . Will Skinem performed his Medicine Show and peddled " Boysenberry Elixir " from his wagon / stage near the popcorn cart, the same wagon stage featured Professor Mal-De-Mers, and a young Steve Martin on banjo between performances at the Bird Cage Theater.

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