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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 2011
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" ewillett 2009
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 2007
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! scottedelman 2008
It's going to be a theatre-in-the-round later tonight for the president.
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 Deighton, Len, 1929- 1964
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 MARSHA LEDERMAN 2011
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 2011
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 Tim Harper 2011
"In a theatre-in-the-round, you see the play against a backcloth of other members of the audience."
BBC News - Home 2011
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