Open Space Theatre
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The Open Space Theatre was created by Charles Marowitz and Thelma Holt in 1968. It began in a basement on Tottenham Court Road in London, then transferred to an art deco post office on the Euston Road in 1976. Thelma attracted a team of volunteer architects and workers to build the theatre (including David Schofield). And its first production was Charles Marowitz' adaptation of the Merchant of Venice ('The Merchant') starring Vladek Sheybal. The company operated until around 1980.
- email@example.com, Victoria and Albert Museum, Digital Media. "Content no longer available". www.vam.ac.uk.
- "Charles Marowitz - obituary". 8 May 2014 – via www.telegraph.co.uk.
- www.wpmeducation.com, WPM Education -. "Off-Centre Stages: Fringe Theatre at the Open Space and the Round House, 1968-1983 by Jinnie Schiele - University of Hertfordshire". store.herts.ac.uk.
- The Round House and Open Space theatre companies records are held by the Victoria and Albert Museum Theatre and Performance Department.
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