Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre, RADA
The auditorium, arranged on three levels, including dress and upper circles, around an 8 metre cube, is designed for teaching drama. It can be adapted to form a variety of stage configurations, from 'in the round' to angled proscenium arch. In the latter configuration, the stalls are protected by a balustrade and reached by a pair of steps. For 'in the round'configurations, the seating rostra, balustrade and steps are designed to be removable and the floor, which can be adjusted in ...
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