Waggon Stage See, Boat Truck.
Wardrobe The stock of costumes and costume accessories maintained by a company.
Well-Made Play Originally a term used to describe a play that was well-plotted in the early 19th Century, the term evolved by the end of the century to mean a play in which the plot was artificially logical.
Wings Flats or drapes placed at each side of the stage, either facing or obliquely towards the audience. As many as eight pairs could be used, although the average number was two or three. Used to mask the sides of the stage that are not a part of the set from the audience. The term also refers to the areas masked by these flats or drapes or to the as well as all areas to the side of the stage not visible to the audience, as in "the actor waiting in the wings".
Work Lights Lights for use during early rehearsals and illuminate the stage while the technical crew is working on the set. Distinguished from stage lighting and the house lights. Work lights can consist of a single incandescent lamp to series of halogen lamps hung from the same battens as the stage lighting instruments.