Environmental Stage

Some performances are tied to a particular location, for example, a park, warehouse, national monument, street corner, parking lot, or almost any other indoor or outdoor space. These spaces are called “Environmental Stages.” These kinds of spaces become part of the production itself, and usually playwrights create works designed specifically for a specific environment.

An environmental stage can create a more realistic effect than a set that has been designed for a work, but it can limit the point of view of the audience and can only be used for certain limited works.


Click a button to change the environmental setting. Theatrical performances can take place in a number of places, from back alleys to classrooms.