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Excerpt from citizen.on.ca:

A stage, an open theatre or an amphitheatre has long since been the vision of the Credit Valley Conservation, planned to be built on land within the Island Lake Conservation Area.

It was David Nairn, Artistic Director of Theatre Orangeville, and Marilyn Logan, then General Manager, who first approached the CVC to build on the water. The curved and sloping shape of the land in front of the water, a natural formation, perfect for audiences, persuaded one and all – this was the right place for such an amphitheatre.

It was exciting to put together the design and execution of the amphitheatre: “We wanted a unique venue to attract people,” Mr. Lidster remarked. “The site is a perfect shape for the amphitheatre. The noise is absorbed by the trees. There's room for enough seats but to limit [the numbers] for an intimate experience.

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Tags:   Vicki Barron Lakeside Trail Island Lake Conservation Area 673067 Hurontario Street Orangeville Ontario Canada Conservation Areas Fall Autumn Seasons


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