Property acquired adjacent to the theatre stage house will allow the creation of a large stage left wing space allowing framed drops to be traveled or slid onto the stage much like the historic scaena
Below the exedra, termed by Evans (2007:143) a "semi-circular stoa", a series of shallow stepped terraces create the effect of a Greek theatre, complete with orchestra and scaena
Modern editors typically override the scene division marked at this point by the Folio (from "Actus Secundus" to "Actus Tertia, Scaena
Prima"), instead following Theobald's conflation of the two scenes into one (3.1) in the now traditional scheme.
Long for calling my attention to the distance between the screen and the high table at the Second Scaena
Conference held in Cambridge in August 2001.
He lists derivations of the word obscenity, including a hypothesis according to which it relates to what was once "ab scaena
" or "off stage," and notes that in classical Greek theater, much of a play's violence took place off stage (pp.