proscenium wall


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proscenium wall

A fire-resistive wall which separates a stage or enclosed platform from the public or spectators’ area of an auditorium or theater.
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However, they are located against a side wall, not on the proscenium wall, as were the original Clancy arbors.
Architectural necessity demanded the preservation of the flytower--and with it, most of the proscenium wall supporting that structure--in order to preserve those exterior walls which English Heritage insisted be retained.
Another object building in dreary surroundings beside a major road, the FT Printworks memorably celebrated the mechanical ballet of the print process, framed by an immaculately detailed glass proscenium wall.