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theatre-in-the-round

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  • n. Alternative form of theater-in-the-round.

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Examples

  • Last night I attended the opening of Globe Theatre (Regina's professional theatre-in-the-round) 's latest mainstage offering, Sexy Laundry, directed by Ruth Smillie, in order to review it for CBC Radio's Afternoon Edition today.

    My review of Globe Theatre's "Sexy Laundry"

  • The Stephen Joseph, which produces about 10 plays a year and was one of the first to champion theatre-in-the-round, has been the launch-pad for numerous stage and screen writers over the years such as Evans, Torben Betts and Robert Shearman.

    Alan Ayckbourn's cherished Scarborough theatre fights for survival

  • Below are patrons sitting behind the stage in the theatre-in-the-round shaped arena.

    Choreographer Merce Cunningham Comes to Orange County for a One-Night Stand

  • Along with an audience of 50 other writers, discuss and argue with Bad Idea's editors as they place your writing on a 19th century operating tableprojected onto a big screenand go to work removing inefficiencies, excising flabby adjectives and probing narrative structure, involving attendees in a dramatic 'theatre-in-the-round' exploration of the writing craft.

    Strangling Your Darlings ... Live!

  • It's going to be a theatre-in-the-round later tonight for the president.

    CNN Transcript Sep 2, 2004

  • This was the theatre-in-the-round of western prosperity: a great, gobbling, yelling, laughing stage crowded with fat ladies and dwarfs, marionettes on strings, fire-eaters, strong men and lots of escapologists.

    Funeral In Berlin

  • "In a theatre-in-the-round, you see the play against a backcloth of other members of the audience."

    BBC News - Home

  • The concert hall envisioned by the group would be built in the so-called vineyard style, a sort of theatre-in-the-round employed by a number of recently-constructed concert halls, most notably the acclaimed Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Hall in Los Angeles.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • He has, of course, been very successful in London, but it is often forgotten that he has written almost all of his plays for a theatre-in-the-round in Scarborough - a relatively commonplace form of staging today, but regarded, back when he started, as eccentrically iconoclastic.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He waves it in the air as he warms to his Liberal theatre-in-the-round performance on a Sunday morning in an Ottawa hotel ballroom.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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