In 2002, the first Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference was held in London, UK. The Conference attracted more than 300 specialists from around the world and the papers and information from the conference were subsequently published in three books (Volumes 1, 2 and 3), providing technical, architectural, and production information about building for the performing arts. Now, as a follow-up to the second Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference, which was held in June 2006, ...
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