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In a theater, a stage platform not bounded by a proscenium arch.
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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.
Applications are also being accepted by those wishing to play the open stage on Sunday.
A Celtic Connections spokesman said: "From all the performers on the Open Stage, six will be chosen to display their talents in a showcase concert on the final night, and receive the opportunity to perform in support slots at next year's festival.
The Danny Kyle Open Stage has been an important part of prestigious Celtic Connections festival for many years, and is named after the late Paisley man who was a big name on the Scottish folk scene for decades.
"I enjoy coming to Open Stages and making new friends."
RSC 2014 Open Stages project: A Midsummer's Night Dream RUGBY THEATRE LONDON School of Fashion costume graduate Jay Lad has set up a design studio at his home filled with costumes for Rugby Theatre's magical new production.
MEASURE for Measure set in the 1930's Dust Bowl of America, a 1950's rock 'n' roll version of Twelfth Night and a new play inspired by Shakespeare performed outdoors across a village are three of the Midlands productions chosen as part of the UK's biggest amateur project - Open Stages.
RSC Open Stages producer Ian Wainwright explains: "The RSC is once again excited to continue to collaborate with just some of the million amateur theatre-makers in the UK.
The Routes Festival will feature non stop music ranging from metal to pop, indie to acoustic being played on two open stages. Headlining the main stage are Tempus (pictured above), The New Remorse and The Oreoh!s, while Taste in Colour, Galina Skvortsov and Lily Bell-Penny take the lead on the acoustic stage.
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.

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