The use of found space for a theatrical production is not new. Barns, grassy fields, arenas, convention centers, and all manner of multipurpose rooms have been used for performances. The elaborately equipped buildings designed for large symphonies and opera, as well as those built specifically for drama in the early 20th century, are in the minority when it comes to what is being used for concert entertainment venues today. Theatres (new and retrofit), outdoor amphitheatres, and casino multi-purpose rooms and mobile stages are designed specifically to accommodate touring concert and other types of performances with rigging considerations, internal wiring for video projection, and recording and dedicated space allocated for ...

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