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Stage Curtains are our specialty at LuXout™. We know all the ins
and outs of designing a great looking stage layout with beautiful
and durable stage curtains.

Stage Curtains include any or all of the following types of curtains:

Valance - Hangs in front of the front stage curtain and is made of the same material as the front stage curtain. The valance may have monograms, emblems, and fringe. It may be tied to a pipe or tacked or stapled to the back of the proscenium wall and is sometimes called the front or grande teaser.

Front Curtain - The curtain the audience sees when the stage is closed before performances. Sometimes called house curtain, act curtain, main curtain, or grande drape.

Back and Side Curtains - The name for all the curtains behind the front curtain. Styles vary from simple curtains surrounding the acting area to multiple layers of travelers, legs, borders, and backdrops. More on back and side curtain fabrics

Borders - These are short stage curtains to block audience view of the stage lighting and rigging. (More on sight lines.) They are sometimes called teasers, sky borders or sky valances and are usually tied to a pipe.

Legs - Side curtains to block audience view of the sides of the stage. These are installed parallel to the front stage curtain and sometimes include pivots.

Mid Stage Traveler - Some stages have one or more curtains that can be used to make the stage shallower so that an act can be presented in front of the intermediate curtain while scene changing is done behind the curtain. This is sometimes called an opera curtain, olio curtain or mid-curtain.

Scrim - An open netting type of curtain. When lighted from the front it is opaque. When lighted from the back it is translucent and can be seen through. Good lighting is required to make this special effect work. More on scenery curtain fabrics.

Rear Curtain - The curtain at the back of the stage used to keep the audience from seeing the back wall of the stage.

Sky Drop - A blue muslin curtain, usually behind the rear curtain, used to represent sky for outside scenes or through windows. If this backdrop curtain is made of natural colored muslin for painting scenery on, it is called a Scenery Curtain. The Sky Drop is always flat with no pleats.

Curtain Styles
red stage curtain

Bi-Parting Red Curtain

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Austrian Curtain

Rollover curtains to see motion

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Stage Curtains are priced per job based on sizes and material options. To receive a quote call our customer service at 1.800.817.1204 or fill out our online quote tool.