One of the Stratford Festival's gifts to itself for its 50th anniversary is a fourth stage: the 250-seat Studio Theatre. This little gem of a theatre surrounds a contemporary version of the Festival's main thrust stage, designed by the Festival's first director, Tyrone Guthrie, and one of its original star designers, Tania Moiseiwitsch, in the 1950s. The mandate of the Studio Theatre is experimental: to accommodate seldom-performed classics, new and developing works, one — person shows, ...

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