Question: What Is End On Staging?

What are the 4 types of stages?

What are the types of theatre stages and auditoria?Proscenium stages.

Proscenium stages have an architectural frame, known as the proscenium arch, although not always arched in shape.

Thrust stages.

Theatres in-the-round.

Arena theatres.

Black-box or studio theatres.

Platform stages.

Hippodromes.

Open air theatres.More items….

What are the disadvantages of an end on stage?

Disadvantages: It is less intimate, the audience often are not as close so can’t make out small details, the view of all the action can often be restricted especially if seating or the stage are not raked (on a slope).

What is end stage Theatre?

End Stage. End stage theatres are theatres where the audience only sit on one side of the stage. These can be proscenium arch theatres, which are typically rectangular. However, an end-stage theatre can take any shape, size or form, as long as the audience are sitting in one group on one side of the stage.

What are the advantages of end on staging?

Pros: The audience feel included and an intimate atmosphere is created. Having one end which is visible to all provides a ‘back’ to the stage. Cons: Sight lines can still be an issue.