Meaning of staged in English:

staged

Pronunciation /steɪdʒd/

adjective

  • 1Presented or performed on a stage.

    ‘this is not the first time that a staged musical has been broadcast live’
    • ‘The most important functional aspect is the pit, which enables the training of orchestral musicians and singers in staged performance.’
    • ‘It's a staged drama in which accompanied singing has an essential function.’
    • ‘The program typically has two staged operas with piano accompaniment per season.’
    • ‘In his first staged play, we see the banal existence of a boarding-house lodger ripped apart by psychological torture.’
    • ‘It's perhaps like comparing a daredevil circus event to a staged ballet.’
    1. 1.1Planned, organized, or arranged in advance (often of an event or situation intended to seem otherwise)
      ‘they have suggested that the entire episode was a staged event’
      • ‘Detective Norton believes the bloody footprints were intentionally made as part of a staged crime scene’