Stagecraft vs Sagecraft - What's the difference?

stagecraft | sagecraft |


As nouns the difference between stagecraft and sagecraft

is that stagecraft is (uncountable) the skills of the theater while sagecraft is the skill of a sage.

stagecraft

English

Noun

(en-noun)
  • (uncountable) The skills of the theater.
  • To be a professional actor you need to learn stagecraft .
  • (countable) A specific skill of the theater.
  • Lighting is a very technical stagecraft .

    sagecraft

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The skill of a sage.
  • * 1997 , Don B. Kates, Gary Kleck, The Great American Gun Debate (page 123)
  • Medical and public health discussion of firearms issues have consistently exemplified "sagecraft " in the Znanieckian concept of partisan academic "sages" inventing, selecting, or misinterpreting data to validate preordained conclusions.
  • * 2010 , Tom Foster, Strength and Honor (page 425)
  • At that time he had come to wonder just why she wished so badly to serve as a mere aide when according to all her instructors she had excelled in the art of sagecraft .