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Scene (from Greek σκηνή skēnḗ) may refer to:
Arts and media
- Scene (drama), an element of a larger fictional work such as a play
- Scene (film), a part of action in a single location in a TV or movie, composed of a series of shots
- Scene (UK TV series), a BBC drama anthology for teenagers
- "The Scene" (Entourage), Entourage episode
- The Scene Magazine, a Canadian online magazine with focus on local music
- The Scene (miniseries), a miniseries about the film piracy and the warez scene
- The Scene, WGPR-TV Detroit dance show, October 1975 to December 1987, replaced by The New Dance Show
- Cleveland Scene, an alternative newspaper in Cleveland, Ohio, United States
- Scene, a bi-weekly entertainment magazine published for London, Ontario, Canada
- CBC News: The Scene, a Canadian entertainment news show on CBC, hosted by Jelena Adzic
Music and culture
- Scene (album), a 2005 noise album by Merzbow
- Scenes (album), a 1992 music album by Marty Friedman
- SCENE Music Festival, an annual festival held in downtown St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
- The Scene (band), a Dutch band formed by Thé Lau
- The Scene, debut album of above band The Scene
- "The Scene" (song), a song by Canadian band Big Sugar from their 1998 album Heated
- A name used by Japanese Punk guitarist Minoru Kojima
- The Scene Club, London music venue, opened in 1963, associated with 1960s mod youth culture
- The Scene (performance venue), New York City nightclub operated by Steve Paul between 1964 and 1970; commonly known as "Steve Paul's The Scene"
- Scene (subculture), a subculture associated with distinct styles of music
Science and technology
- Scene (perception), a set of information that can flow from a physical environment into a perceptual system via sensory transduction
- All pages beginning with "Scene"
- All pages with titles containing "Scene"
- Scenic (disambiguation)
- Seen (disambiguation)
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