Amphitheater - Alex Alemann Professor Wilson 2/20/11...

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Alex Alemann Professor Wilson 2/20/11 Mission Statement Our mission is to provide a nourishing a nourishing atmosphere of cultural and historical learning. We are a family driven company whose purpose is to serve you and your family in the arts. Every time you spend your time with us our goal is for you and your family to have an enriching experience. Type of Theatre and typical season If I were to create a theatre it would be an amphitheatre located in St. Charles on the riverfront. Its location is ideal because it is in the historical district and the area attracts a lot of tourism. The theatre will be able to hold around 200 people; anything larger would be unrealistic to fill the amphitheater with patrons. The main seasons are spring, summer and fall. It would be closed for the winter but would open for two weeks before Christmas for Christmas plays and carols. During the spring, summer and fall the theatre would be focused on classical/historical plays, musicals and concerts. The amphitheater will focus on evening plays that start at around
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course THEATER 150 taught by Professor Markwilson during the Spring '11 term at Saint Louis.

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