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Site-specific theatre goes commercial | reviews, news & interviews

Site-specific theatre goes commercial

Site-specific theatre goes commercial

Last weekend we posted a round-up of the vast array of site-specific work happening in the theatre over the summer. Most of them are shows which are so boldly experimental that they haven't much realistic hope of a commercial future. Plays for an audience of one are not the producer's friend. But it turns out that it's not just the mighty Punchdrunk who can shift tickets by the skipload.

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