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Backstage may refer to:
- The backstage part of a theatre, motion picture or television production.
Film and television
- Back Stage (1917 film), a silent film starring Oliver Hardy
- Back Stage (1919 film), a silent film starring Buster Keaton
- Back Stage (1923 film), a silent Our Gang short
- Backstage (1927 film), a silent comedy feature starring William Collier Jr. and Barbara Bedford
- Limelight (1936 film), a British musical also known as Backstage
- Backstage (1988 film), an Australian film
- Backstage (2000 film), a rap concert documentary
- Backstage (2000 TV series), a South African youth-targeted soap opera
- Backstage (2005 film), a French film directed by Emmanuelle Bercot
- Backstage (2016 TV series), a Canadian youth-targeted series that also airs on Disney Channel in the U.S.
- Backstage (album), by Cher
- Backstage (magazine), an entertainment-industry brand that publishes Backstage magazine, Call Sheet, and Backstage.com
- Backstage View, a feature of Microsoft Office, starting with Microsoft Office 2010
- Backstage.bbc.co.uk, a developer/designer network created by the BBC
- Clown alley, a backstage area of a circus
- Behind the Scenes (disambiguation)
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