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  1. In theatre, a box set is a set with a proscenium arch stage and three walls. The proscenium opening is the fourth wall. Box sets create the illusion of an interior room on the stage, and are contrasted with earlier forms of sets which contained sliding flaps and gaps between set pieces. Box sets were introduced to the English theatre by ...

  2. box set, in Western theatre, realistically detailed, three-walled, roofed setting that simulates a room with the fourth wall (the one closest to the audience) removed. Authentic details include doors with three-dimensional moldings, windows backed with outdoor scenery, stairways, and, at times, painted highlights and shadows. The box set was introduced in 1832 in Madame Vestris’ London ...

  3. Box set (theatre) In theatre, a box set is a set with a proscenium arch stage and three walls. The proscenium opening is the fourth wall. Box sets create the illusion of an interior room on the stage, and are contrasted with earlier forms of set in which sliding flats with gaps between them create an illusion of perspective.

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  5. Box set definition, a boxlike stage set consisting of flats that form the back wall, side walls, and often the ceiling, painted to represent the interior of a room.

  6. A box set or boxed set is a set of items (for example, a compilation of books, musical recordings, films or television programs) packaged in a box, for sale as a single unit. The Samhain Box Set was released in 2000, more than 13 years after Samhain effectively ceased recording and performing. The set's five CDs and one VHS tape compile nearly ...

  7. The box set can represent a real room with doors and windows that work. BusinessPhysical activity used to show character, fill a pause in dialogue, or establish a scene. It is often unscripted or improvised and sometimes comic in intention. A playwright may suggest ‘business’ to indicate the need for some activity at that point in the performance.

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