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[mass noun] A form of theatrical presentation in which the audience is seated in a circle around the stage or on at least three of its sides.
- ‘They perform theatre-in-the-round on a stage set in the centre of a steel and glass construction that resembles a space capsule.’
- ‘Although designed for the under 10s, the child in everyone will enjoy this unique type of live theatre-in-the-round, which stimulates the imagination and involves the audience in the action!’
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