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open stage

In a theater, a stage platform not bounded by a proscenium arch.
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All Open Stage concerts throughout the festival are free of charge, and take place in the Exhibition Hall of the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, with tonight's starting at 5pm.
It seems that this new generation of Open Stage at the WAG holds a lot of potential for thinking outside the box, but the cool thing is that the box is different than it was 20 years ago.
Only nine groups from across the UK are performing short pieces from their open stages productions and this will end with a great celebration which sees an end to the 2015 productions.
Open Stages focuses on learning, with each amateur company receiving training, director mentoring, feedback and support from the world famous RSC and partner theatres.
I enjoy coming to Open Stages and making new friends.
A Midsummer Night's Dream is part of the Royal Shakespeare Company's 2014 Open Stages project and features some of the theatre's most spectacular outfits ever.
RSC Open Stages producer Ian Wainwright explains: "The RSC understands the skill, commitment, energy and passion it takes to make theatre happen.
Together we found our theatre company, The Chrysalis Collective, a female led, collaborative theatre company and set about developing our idea for Twelfth Night for the RSC Open Stages scheme.
The comedy - first performed in 1602 - is produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company with Louche Theatre as part of the Cultural Olympics Open Stages programme, with amateur actors and music by local composer Meurig Jenkins.
Hand in Hand Theatre, which performed its production of The Winter's Tale at the Floral Pavilion, New Brighton, in February, was selected to be part of the show on Sunday, August 9, after performing a scene at the Regional Showcase for Open stages at Contact Theatre, Manchester, in June.
A total of 13 societies from around Wales will perform the pieces as part of the RSC's Open Stages project at the Sherman Cymru theatre in Cathays from July 5 to 7.
The production is part of the Royal Shakespeare Company Open Stages Festival.

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