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 Post subject: Architecture and theatres
PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2003 7:09 am 
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As part of Dance Umbrella 2002, this seminar examined some interactions between dance and architecture. I have just added a Dance UK article about the event. Here is the link to the topic.


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Architects must build specialist knowledge
From The Stage

What is the purpose of a theatre building? Ultimately to be a forum for public performance. On that basis, the stage itself - in whatever form it takes - has pride of place over every other element. After that, there is remarkable little consensus regarding a venue’s main function.

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Building a legacy?
From The Stage

Lichfield Garrick has won plaudits for its architecture but was recently accused of bad backstage design by an actor. In The Stage Howard Bird asks why there is no arts body to represent the needs of performers and audiences at new venues.

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