Named for the space it uses, the Carriage House Theatre in Ann Arbor, MI, performs in a two-story rustic building that looks more like a small barn than a house. The downstairs of the 26' long and 16' wide space serves as playing and seating space; part of it is occupied by a staircase that leads to a dressing room area on the second floor. Upstairs are benches, mirrors, and clothing racks, but there is no bathroom; the theatre rents a portable one, accessible in the yard. Actors ...

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