Centre Stage Curtains: (Click Here To See Video)

Centre Stage Curtains are used to separate the stage into segments. Centre Stage Curtains are used when a smaller stage area is desirable for more intimate performances. They may also be used to hide equipment and backdrops at the back of the stage. Mid Stage curtains are the second layer of curtain system that divides the stage into half. It is used to mask the settings going on behind the drape, when first act is still running. When the second act starts, a new setting can be revealed to audience without the interruption of closing the main valance. It is also used for pre-setting the stage for final scene or act. The most appropriate setting is gained with a traveller, or a horizontal curtain splitting at the centre. These are backed by wings and side stage curtains. `The audience gets a concentrated view of the stage, enlarging towards the viewers. The choice of fabric and colour can vary, depending upon your theme. We have a diverse colour palette from which you can select the right shade, to the minutest difference. Special fabrics and inherently flame retardant fabrics are also available in made to order styles. Scrims can also be incorporated to the mid-stage, solely depending upon the demand of customer. 

 Front Stage Curtain: (Click Here To See Video)

Front Stage Curtain also known as Grand Drape is used to close the acting area from the audience's view when the acting area is not supposed to be seen. It is the formal opening and closing of a stage production. We offer two types of front stage curtains: Motorized Front Vertical Stage Curtain, Motorized Front Horizontal Stage Curtain. Front Stage curtains are heavier, fuller, densely pleated and more appealing as compared to the mid-stage and backstage curtain. They are used to blind the audience from the stage until the show has begun. The most common type is the traveller, used on front stage, splits at the centre and parts horizontally. Thick velour is preferred to blackout activities behind the veil. Another common and traditional type is a wipe that instead of splitting in two, folds entirely to one side. Wipes are regaining their presence in most theatres. One style is vertical lifting, also known as Austrian curtain. In another style, two panels overlap each other around the centre. These styles can be implemented on different tracks. Although straight tracks are popular, both concave and convex also appeal to the masses. The benefit of rounded tracks is that they drive more attention towards the central part of front stage. A modern trend is to use a wipe on wavy track.

Rear Stage Curtains: (Click Here To See Video)

Rear Stage Curtains are normally black in colour, giving the rear of stage complete shield from the audience. Rear Stage Curtains are normally hang in the rear of the stage, but they can also be used in middle and downstage to make the stage appear hollow. Rear Stage curtain is adjacent to the backdrop. They can remain closed throughout the play, or can be opened to reveal scenery or some special effect on the cyclorama. The rear stage curtains serve the purpose of masking back of the stage. They have a separate frills and frame, and back wings aid their effect. Their shade can colour can vary from the one in the middle and the grand valance. They are ideally vertically lifted, however, traveller, or bi-parting drapes are also commonly used. These not only serve the purpose of masking, but they also allow more absorption of reflected sound, making dialogues clearly audible to the audience. These allow the stage to look more spacious and focused. Their colour and fabric adds their own benefits to the performance. The cyc screen behind the backstage curtain remains hidden and protected, as well as, the fire proof shields.  The frills on top mask the tracks, scrim holders, backdrop layers and rollers. The backstage curtain serves multiple purposes.

Stage Curtains Fabric: (Click Here To See Video)

Stagecurtains.in produce Custom Auditorium Curtain and drapes every year. There are a lot of options in stage curtains and auditorium curtains — especially when it comes to fabrics and materials. We help you to assist you to select the right fabric and see that your curtains and draperies are made according to your exact needs. We use only the high-quality fabric to stitch curtains. Our immense variety can suit any environment such as theatres, schools, offices, auditoriums or gyms. Our products are long-lasting, lustrous and pocket-friendly in both cotton and synthetic varieties. Different types of fabrics are suitable for different styles, depending upon the two major categories namely vertical and horizontal. Vertical styles favour less weight and more fluff. Whereas, horizontally parting curtains can endure heavy weight fabrics such as velvet. Their pricing will also vary depending on the category and the fabric. There are innumerable options for choosing shades and colour. We also flame shield them upon the request of the customer. The inherently flame resistant material can also be made available on demand. The vertical style fabrics are ordered only upon customer’s request to the exact amount of order.  Following are the two major divisions of styles and their respective velour.


  • Velvet
  • Amoshi
  • Horse
  • Hi-Tech
  • Molfin
  • Mokul
  • Morish


  • Satin
  • Crush
  • Long Crush
  • KitKat

Our fabrics by type below:

Velvet Fabric
Amoshi Fabric
Crush Pro

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Motorized Curtain

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