Passage may refer to:

In film:

  • The Passage (1979 film), a 1979 film starring James Mason and Malcolm McDowell
  • The Passage (2007 film), a film by Mark Heller
  • Passage (2008 film), a documentary about Arctic explorers
  • Passage (2009 film), a short movie about three sisters
  • "The Passage" (Battlestar Galactica), a 2006 episode of the science fiction television series

In literature:

  • Passage (2001 novel), a science fiction novel by Connie Willis
  • Passage (2007 novel), a novel by John David Morley
  • Passage (2008 novel), a novel by Lois McMaster Bujold
  • The Passage (novel), a 2010 novel by Justin Cronin
  • The Passage (novel series), series by Justin Cronin

In music:

  • Passage (The Carpenters album), a 1977 album
  • Passage (Samael album), a 1996 album
  • Passage (Bloodrock album), a 1972 album
  • "Passage", a song by Vienna Teng on her 2004 album Warm Strangers
  • Passage, or section, a complete musical idea
  • Passages (Ravi Shankar and Philip Glass album), a 1990 album
  • The Passage (band), a punk rock band from the UK
  • The Passage (Andy Narell album), a 2004 album
  • The Passage (Boy Hits Car album), a 2005 album
  • "The Passage", a song by Bradley Joseph from the 1997 album Rapture

In other:

  • Passage (architecture), a long room or hall leading to other rooms
  • Passage (dressage) (pronounced to rhyme with "massage"), a form of trained slow, animated trot performed by a horse
  • Passage (legislature), the process of approving a proposed law
  • Passage (video game), a computer game
  • The Passage (charity), a charity for homeless and vulnerable people in London
  • The Passage, an upscale department store in Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Secret passage, a hidden route used for stealthy travel
  • Transit passage, a concept in Law of the Sea
  • Passage, or strait, a narrow channel of water that connects two larger bodies of water
  • Passage, a distinct section of a cave

Famous quotes containing the word passage:

    In times past there were rituals of passage that conducted a boy into manhood, where other men passed along the wisdom and responsibilities that needed to be shared. But today we have no rituals. We are not conducted into manhood; we simply find ourselves there.
    Kent Nerburn (20th century)

    O harmless Death! whom still the valiant brave,
    The wise expect, the sorrowful invite,
    And all the good embrace, who know the grave
    A short dark passage to eternal light.
    Sir William Davenant (1606–1668)

    Sorrow is a kind of rust of the soul, which every new idea contributes in its passage to scour away. It is the putrefaction of stagnant life, and is remedied by exercise and motion.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)