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Site-Specific Theatre: theartsdesk round-up | reviews, news & interviews

Site-Specific Theatre: theartsdesk round-up

Site-Specific Theatre: theartsdesk round-up

In forests, toilets, caravans - theatre is sprouting in strange places. We pick the best

The 'German village' in the Brecon Beacons where the National Theatre of Wales will stage The Persians

There is no consensus about what site-specific theatre actually constitutes. Does it grow organically out of the space in which the theatre piece is performed, and can therefore be staged nowhere else? Or is it no more than any theatre piece which happens away from the constricting formality of the thrust stage or the proscenium arch?

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