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theater-in-the-round

Definitions

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  • noun A theatre in the form of an arena, with seating on at least three of the four sides

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Examples

  • Much credit for the visual poetry goes to David Korins, the scenic designer, who has made unusually effective use of Circle in the Square's theater-in-the-round stage as have Mr. Goldstein and Christopher Gattelli, the choreographer.

    That Wild and Crazy Messiah

  • Between acts, the audience is asked to rotate seats around the theater-in-the-round so as to adopt multiple perspectives.

    Jennifer Schneider: The Little Dance Company That Could

  • This production has that kind of light-footed visual fluidity, and while performing "The Miracle Worker" in the arena-style theater-in-the-round setting of Circle in the Square has its drawbacks — the sightlines can be a bit dicey — it also serves to emphasize the combative relationship between Keller and her teacher.

    What the Right Hand Is Doing

  • This production has that kind of light-footed visual fluidity, and while performing "The Miracle Worker" in the arena-style theater-in-the-round setting of Circle in the Square has its drawbacks — the sightlines can be a bit dicey — it also serves to emphasize the combative relationship between Keller and her teacher.

    What the Right Hand Is Doing

  • This production has that kind of light-footed visual fluidity, and while performing "The Miracle Worker" in the arena-style theater-in-the-round setting of Circle in the Square has its drawbacks — the sightlines can be a bit dicey — it also serves to emphasize the combative relationship between Keller and her teacher.

    What the Right Hand Is Doing

  • Fiorina's speech, delivered without a teleprompter (though she used some notes on a stool, to which she circled back from time to time), delivered in a theater-in-the-round set-up, was a big hit.

    William Bradley: The Mitt & Meg Show: "Taking Care of Business"

  • In contrast, Fiorina's speech, delivered without a teleprompter (though she used some notes on a stool, to which she circled back from time to time), delivered in a theater-in-the-round set-up, was a big hit.

    William Bradley: California Senate: How Carly Fiorina Pulled Off Her Big "Upset" in the GOP Primary

  • Fiorina's speech, delivered without a teleprompter (though she used some notes on a stool, to which she circled back from time to time), delivered in a theater-in-the-round set-up, was a big hit.

    The Mitt & Meg Show: "Taking Care of Business"

  • In contrast, Fiorina's speech, delivered without a teleprompter (though she used some notes on a stool, to which she circled back from time to time), delivered in a theater-in-the-round set-up, was a big hit.

    William Bradley: California Senate: How Carly Fiorina Pulled Off Her Big "Upset" in the GOP Primary

  • This production has that kind of light-footed visual fluidity, and while performing "The Miracle Worker" in the arena-style theater-in-the-round setting of Circle in the Square has its drawbacks — the sightlines can be a bit dicey — it also serves to emphasize the combative relationship between Keller and her teacher.

    What the Right Hand Is Doing

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