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The SAG space marks another collaboration between Rogers Partners and Fisher Dachs Associates--they completed the Henderson-Hopkins School in Baltimore, MD and the SandRidge Energy Commons--in Oklahoma City, OK.
After that flurry of lively and brainy responses, we decided that Dachs deserves, at the least, a repeat engagement in our pages--and the follow-up question was obvious: If the classic black box falls short of Dachs's ideal for a performance space, what, are the theatrical environments that ring his chimes?
"Escape from Neutrality," in contrast to Dachs's earlier, more analytical essay, evokes the sensuous experience of attending performances at four great theatre spaces, two in the United States, a third in Germany and a fourth in Japan.
Dachs's crucial point is not lost on arts reporter.
A top priority, says Dachs, "was making a fantastic Broadway theater that would work beautifully." That meant getting to the essence of what defines a Broadway theater--and a Broadway show.
In land-starved Midtown during the first half of the last century, Broadway theaters "were essentially real-estate deals," says Dachs, unlike free-standing European theaters that often serve as national monuments.
Dachs was disbarred from the practice of law in Florida pursuant to a September 12, 2002, Supreme Court order for his felony conviction for obstruction of justice.
The Florida Board of Bar Examiners will conduct a public hearing on Dachs' application for readmission.
Some of the key dimensions became touchstones," Dachs says.
However, Dachs took a look at the Met's much-admired orchestra pit.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Theatre designer Joshua Dachs's opinion article "The Neutrality Trap" (Jan.