Promenade Theatre configuration is examined in this resource; employing in-depth questions and design tasks.
“Promenade theatre is a theatrical form where the audience are free to move around the designated performance space and intermingle with the actors. The venue usually has no fixed seating which allows the audience to follow the focal point of the action to different parts of the room or rooms Multiple-focus action and a moving audience are the primary characteristics of the promenade theatre.”
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