A proscenium is a stage/theatre layout in an Auditorium also simplifies the hiding and obscuring of objects from the audience's view. The proscenium of a stage is one of the divisions of the stage, a structure in front of the stage that frames the action of the play. It can be square or arched, and the stage curtain is generally directly behind it." picture frame" placed around the front of an end-stage. the invisible barrier that separates the stage from the audience and through which the audience watches the action. The “Arch acts like a picture frame through which the action can be seen. The picture above shows the Proscenium Arch of the Stage. A proscenium arch creates a "window" around the scenery and performers, the advantages are that it gives everyone in the audience a good view because the performers need only focus on one direction rather than continually moving around the stage to give a good view from all sides. Anything that is not meant to be seen is simply placed outside the "window" created by the proscenium arch, either in the wings or in the fly space above the stage. Arch serves as the frame into which the audience observes from a more or less unified angle the events taking place upon the stage during a theatrical performance. Designing of the proscenium is though a crucial job, but not when we provide you with the support of best Architects and designers from across the country.