water theater

water theater

A terraced structure in which water flows from higher terraces to lower ones.
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'The House of Dancing Water', the world's largest water-based extravaganza showcased in the purpose-built Dancing Water Theater, represents the live entertainment centerpiece of City of Dreams' overall leisure and entertainment offering.
It opened at the Dancing Water Theater at the City of Dreams.
The villa's crowning glory was its water theater, elaborately described by Ehrlich to set the stage for the challenge faced by the Borghese when the election of Paul V signaled the moment to claim their place on the Tusculan hill.
The director saw the Water Theater Co.'s presentation of Elizabeth Gilbert's new play--a triptych on the theme of love--at the Tribeca Playhouse in January, and became so enamored of the work he coaxed producer Julian Schlossberg and the Public's George C.
Talen sees the answer to that in the same combination of community-based work and an "originating artist" aesthetic (in which artists assume some or full responsibility for their productions) that has made the Life on the Water Theater an unconventional success in San Francisco since he founded it in 1986 with Ellen Sebastian, Leonard Pitt and Joe Lambert.