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Picture the Rose Bowl, Madison Square Garden, or nearly any professional team sport venue and you have an idea of an arena stage. In an arena, the stage is in the middle and the seating is around the event on all four sides.What type of stage is used in Greek Theatre?
The traditional Greek theater used a thrust stage with the audience surrounding the stage on three sides. In the past three centuries, plays and movies have been shown on proscenium arch stages, stages in which curtains above and on both sides of the stage provided a frame.What is the difference between an auditorium and an arena?
In terms of form it can be said that they resemble an arena stage but larger and often rectangular in plan. When used for concert, a temporary stage area is set up as an end stage at one end of the floor (stage), and the rest of the floor and the stands become the auditorium.What is a proscenium stage in theatre?
– Proscenium stage: A proscenium it can be said that it’s a “window” that frames the play taking place on the stage. This type of stage, gives everyone in the audience a good view because the performers need only focus on one direction rather than continually moving around the stage to give a good view from all sides.