On UpStage there are two kinds of users: the artists (known as "players") who create and present performances, and the audience, who watch and may participate in specific ways. Audience members can join from a computer or a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet, using a standard browser application.
To join an UpStage performance as an audience member, you need a link to the live stage. This could be a link in an email, on a web page, or in a social media post. Wherever you click the link, you should normally find time and date information; UpStage performances are live events, so you need to arrive at the correct time just as you would for an in-person performance at a theater. It's a good idea to use a time converter such as TimeAndDate or WorldTime Server to help your audience find their local time.
Live and upcoming performances are displayed on the Foyer page of an UpStage instance, for example https://upstage.live/. If a performance is "upcoming", you will not be able to enter, but you can see information about the performance such as the dates and times.
Once you have a link to a live stage, follow these steps to enter:
Here are some common issues faced by the audience when trying to access UpStage. If you experience other issues, please email email@example.com so we can correct them or explain how to solve them. Please also check the Troubleshooting chapter of this manual for solutoins to more technical issues.
If the stage does not load or you are unable to enter, first check that your internet connection is functioning properly. If it is and you still can't enter the live stage, try using a different browser. There is information about recommended browsers in the Technical Information chapter.
Each computer, screen or device has different dimensions and resolutions, and while we do our best to ensure that everyone will have an optimal view of the performance, we can't control how you set your browser.
For the best experience:
On the left, the window is in full-screen mode and well aligned with the dimension of the stage. The image on the right shows that the window is larger than the Live one and this can move some parts of the performance. The ideal is to make the edges of the browser window match the stage, which is best achieved in full-screen mode.
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