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Theater in the Forest

  • Date Submitted: 09/13/2010 08:50 AM
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Sandra K
Assignment 4

A THEATRE IN THE FOREST

Hello Ladies and Gentleman
I am here to discuss with you a most lucrative business venture. I have created a theatre not only unique in its appearance, but also for its location. The play I have chosen to premiere at the opening of this opulent and serene setting also makes this a superb location for the theatre. You may at first be reluctant to invest your hard earned money into this venture, but please listen to me with an open mind. I am sure once you have listened to my proposal, you will want to give this theatre a chance.
If I may, I would like to explain to you how I arrived at my idea as to where I would like to build this theatre.
There is a place called Cook Forest that is in the Allegheny National Park in northwestern Pennsylvania.   It is a park that is filled with many beautiful trails.
                             

On one of the trails, there is an area that is filled with hundreds of pine trees that is so densely packed, the sun is barely able to shine through the branches.   After walking on the trail for approximately a mile, there will be a most beautiful clearing that almost makes a perfect circle amongst the trees. This area is called the Forest Cathedral and it is very aptly named.
 
                                   
The trees stretch higher and higher until the tops of the trees curl and meet together at the center in a circle to create a picturesque canopy.   Just imagine building a theater within the walls of the beautiful gathering of trees. The theatre will be built of wood within the canopy of trees and will be dome shaped. The top will have an opening so the audience can see the birds and beautiful blue sky during the day and the stars at night. The theatre will have wooden bench seats and will seat six-hundred. People may access the theater by walking the trails, riding on horseback, by bicycle or horse and buggy which will be provided by the theatre.
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