Revolving Theatre.

I am in Cesky Krumlov, a quaint historical town about 2 hours south of Prague. I’m on a residency with Milkwood International, working on the writing of some new plays.

This week I went to the Revolving Theatre to see a ballet version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Instead of the stage revolving, the audience does, so you get all the benefits of outdoor theatre – gorgeous views, a depth of field that is enormous, the acoustics of the night sky, etc – yet, the audience stays seated and doesn’t have to traipse from site to site. I will be going Don Giovanni there this weekend.

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Amiel

writer / director

2 thoughts on “Revolving Theatre.”

  1. I know Jen – I thought the same thing – Imagine the Caravan with bleachers that spun. The only thing about doing it here is the cost and engineering involved.

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