On the Theater in the Creative Arts Center, Colgate University

“The Colgate Theater has some of the features of an Elizabethan theater: four side stages (two levels on each side) and an apron that projects into the audience in a V form. The stage continues in front of the side stages, and along the sides of the audience. It is the level you actually enter on. Part of my notion is that when you enter the theater you are on the stage, and then you go down and take your seats.”
"The Changing Practice: Theaters." Progressive Architecture 46 (October 1965): 160-220.