Definition of stageable in US English:

stageable

adjective

  • See stage

    • ‘He helped Stein structure her richly cryptic prose into a stageable scenario.’
    • ‘‘Musically it's uneven, but it's certainly got some gorgeous moments (like Magda's famous early aria ‘Chi il bel sogno di Doretta… ‘), and even Puccini's weaker passages are eminently stageable.’’
    • ‘I cannot imagine a successful staging of a piece with so much instrumental music and that has very little stageable drama to it.’
    • ‘O'Hara's Noh plays are among his most stageable dramas.’
    • ‘This is an eminently stageable and listenable piece.’