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Through essays, Carlson, a scholar and theatre aficionado, describes one memorable theatre production he attended for each year between 1960 and 2010, mostly in New York (but some in Europe and elsewhere), relating his experiences and impressions of theatre-going at that specific time and place, from mainstream plays and musicals to experimental theatre, showing how the theatre world has changed and evolved and describing the venue, neighborhood, and cultural context of the productions.
In 1935 the theatre received a PS40,000 art deco refurbishment, designed by Roland Satchwell, which captured the glamour and exuberance that was associated with theatre-going in the 1930s.
Lucy Vaughan, head of education at the Lyceum Theatre Company, said: "Thousands of young people have been able to develop their interest in theatre-going and theatre-making.
I love everything from funny to serious and it is more the whole theatre-going experience which I relish.
In decades of theatre-going, I've never known anything like it.
All we are asking is for the Empire Theatre management, the Theatre-going public, and indeed opinion-formers to appreciate, consider and respect people like us to whom the persons of our faith are as family.
His leisure interests include badminton, cricket and football, plus theatre-going and dining out.
Sir Ian added: "Coronation Street is recorded just off Quay Street in Manchester where I did some of my earliest theatre-going at the Opera House.
The festival, which begins today, includes workshops on flirting and theatre-going.
Every year, Take One tracks all the Canadian features and feature-length documentaries that play in the Greater Toronto Area--the largest market in the world for English-Canadian films--in an effort to develop a picture of those Canadian films that are popular with the theatre-going public.
No room here for elegant public promenades, but that part of theatre-going experience has already been experienced downstairs.
It's proved to have been the right decision not only for them but also for the theatre-going public of Northern Ireland.
Get ready next week for a dramatic new level in the theatre-going entertainment experience in St.
Producer Ian Fricker expressed his "huge regret", saying: "In an unprecedented period of national celebrations, major international sporting events, combined with a new unease in the economic climate this has resulted in a negative impact on the usually buoyant theatre-going audience.
It had re-opened the previous year after a two-year shutdown to enable an ambitious redevelopment to take place and the need to re-establish itself on the radar of the theatre-going public was paramount.