Translation of curtain call in Spanish:

curtain call

salida a escena, n.

noun

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    salida a escena feminine
    (para saludar) salida al escenario feminine
    telón masculine Mexico
    he took five curtain calls salió cinco veces (al escenario) a saludar
    • After the curtain call, the back stage halls are filled with chatter and laughter.
    • She was at center stage making her curtain call…
    • It was most obvious during the curtain call when the cast looked everywhere but at the audience.
    • Scene 3: The actors receive a standing ovation at the curtain call.
    • As I had prepared for the curtain call, side stage, the dancers busily congratulating me and smiles coming from all corners of the theatre, thumbs up you name it everything!
    • As each of us was introduced and presented with a bouquet for our support of Russian ballet over the years, we in turn shyly stood up and took a bashful curtain call before the Bolshoi audience.
    • A few minutes later Grace rejoined the cast on stage for the curtain call, stepping forwards with Faust to curtsy once, twice, three times to a deafening applause.
    • This one can be a little harsh, but I know we all felt better about the world around us when the Fenway crowd gave the pitcher a curtain call in his last appearance there.
    • Both authors vividly describe James' subsequent embarrassment at being jeered off the stage during the curtain call for the play.
    • The show is perhaps a little obvious and it veers towards the sentimental, but it is also charming and wistful and is performed with flair and energy right down to the final curtain call.
    • During a curtain call after a performance at New York's Joyce SoHo Theater, there is a standing ovation.
    • Seconds later he emerged from the dugout for a curtain call to acknowledge the loud cheering and doffed his cap.
    • It was an enthusiastic audience that greeted the curtain call.
    • Here is soul-sustaining entertainment for anyone who can perceive that, even in a retirement home, all the stage is a world, one we all act on and must eventually bow out of without a curtain call.
    • Certainly at the curtain call they both wore a mixed expression of disbelief at their reception and genuine delight at the effect they had created in the theatre.
    • Even the curtain call takes a particularly gruesome form.
    • You can feel how much he is loved at the curtain call especially.
    • At the curtain call it was almost a revelation, there they all were, four of them.
    • It will be a vicious irony if a far-right Home Secretary is allowed to take the curtain call for the onstage achievements of predecessors who loathe his approach.
    • No doubt with a fat, embarrassed director reluctantly getting onstage for the curtain call.