Dyson but the proscenium arch
is decorated with Doulton tiles by William James Neatby (1860 to 1910), a celebrated ceramicist of his day.
But I've never done it in a big space, a proscenium arch
For all that, the play tends to err on the side of safety and, despite the adroitness of Anna Mackmin's direction, it initially struggles to fill the expanse of a proscenium arch
The Crescent stage is very large and needs a proscenium arch
to focus the emotional conflicts which arise here between Ibsen's characters.
The Jubilee Theatre, which has a Grade II listed proscenium arch
, was built as a smaller scale replica of Newcastle Theatre Royal and used for rehearsals until 1954.
The RSC staged the play at The Other Place as avenue theatre, which introduced a much greater degree of audience involvement than the proscenium arch
used on the current tour which is soon to take in Australia.
Through it all, Lipman bustles her way about Simon Higlett's deliberately askew proscenium arch
, the show's scenic framework offering a visual clue to Jenkins' off-center view of existence.
There is dazzling, glitzy design by Terry Parsons (when the lights play on the Alex's art deco proscenium arch
the whole thing looks like a giant juke box), and snappy choreography by Arlene Phillips, delivered with athleticism and precision by the company.
Action unfolds entirely within the crumbling walls and beneath the stately proscenium arch
of a once-grand New England theater, efficiently created by designer Narelle Sissons out of the spare utilitarian space of the main stage at 59E59 Theaters, where Primary Stages has taken up residence for its 20th anniversary season.
It does not matter whether it is in the conventional setting behind a proscenium arch
, or in a village hall, or in the garden of a stately home or as a spectacular son et lumiere presentation at a castle.
Framed as a theater piece, complete with old style proscenium arch
, film starts with key images--black night, falling snowflakes, traumatic childhood memories.
The world of the big screen, he points out, has done more to popularise the dramas in less than 100 years, then the previous 400 managed through all the versions of the plays seen through the proscenium arch