event theatre

event theatre

n
(Theatre) spectacular and extravagantly-mounted theatrical productions collectively
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Four women will take to the stage of Stirling's Macrobert Arts Centre on Thursday, April 18 for'Locker Room Talk.' It is a provocative piece of event theatre exploring how men speak about women in men-only spaces.
Visit www.roycastle.org/spooky Sherdley Park, St Helens, October 27, 11am to 5pm eVenT THEATRE
For that production Paulus found herself wrangling with Disney lawyers over the neckline for Cruella de Vil (designs for wellknown characters can be sacrosanct) and spending lavishly on the show (a forerunner to the socalled event theatre that interests her).
Event Theatre on the streets Stockton International Riverside Festival gets underway on Thursday.
"This is a piece of event theatre," says the 36-year-old London producer, who was at Stritch's Broadway opening earlier this year.
Because of the sophisticated arts audience in San Francisco, "event theatre" doesn't have to mean artistically questionable commercial fodder, either; next season Magic anticipates strong single ticket interest in two Anne Bogart SITI productions on their schedule.
"It combines the best in cabaret, the best in concert music and the best in theatre - it's event theatre," she said.
event THEATRE The King Lear Giving a comedic twist to Shakespeare's popular tragedy, acclaimed clown theatre company Shifting Sands sets the action in a pub in the here and now, with the pub landlord as King.