The Rake’s Progress and other theatre design challenges

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Graham Walne

Elizabethan audiences sat between the legs of those behind. Today’s audiences expect leg room and clear sight lines.

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Elizabethan audiences sat between the legs of those behind. Today’s audiences expect leg room and clear sight lines.

About the author

Graham Walne is an experienced theatre consultant in Western Australia www.graham-walne.com.