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amphitheater

(am″fĭ-thē′ă-tĕr) [ amphi- + theater]
An auditorium with tiers of seats around it for students and other observers.
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Thank you DMC amphitheatre for making this experience a painful one for me.
"The Amphitheatre doesn't only provide a spectacular location but an enthralling experience, taking you back in time."
Special features to the AutoCricket.com Party Deck include: a private entrance, private bar, and a great view of the A-list artists that perform at Cruzan Amphitheatre in 2012.
One women I spoke to told me she had lived in the city for more than 30 years and she had never set foot in the amphitheatre.
The amphitheatre, which was demolished earlier this year, has been redesigned by Castellan James and Partners Inc.
Designed according to world architectural standards, the amphitheatre will cover 86,911sqm, north of the museum lake, and comprises a state-of-the-art main auditorium capable of accommodating 1,000 people.
British excavators, including staff from the University of Cambridge and the British School at Rome, said that the amphitheatre was likely to have been built for the private entertainment of a senior statesman or emperor and could have held up to 2,000 spectators.
"It's adaptable, so we can we can have a large amphitheatre or a small one.
Experts have unearthed new evidence in the remains of the Chester Amphitheatre which suggests gladiators appeared there.
From the central piazza, with its Greek amphitheatre and gardens, glass doors in slender brass frames open onto the crescent-shaped internal concourse, the necklace of circulation that yokes together the concert halls.
Imagine, if you can, the Celts sat aroundthe amphitheatre, weapons laid out on the grass, bards and Celtic leaders walking to the centre of the amphitheatre to speak.
A day prior to the finale, on December 13, the finalists will perform live at Al Majaz Amphitheatre for a chance to gain their share of votes and to showcase their abilities and talents.