Open air theaters are usually associated with the cultures of ancient Rome and Greece but the tradition is still going strong in the windswept but beautiful landscape of Cornwall in the United Kingdom. Although it resembles an ancient artifact, the Minack Theater is less than a hundred years old! It is made of solid stone and perched directly over the sea, so it will probably see Shakespearean productions for centuries to come.
(image credit: Flickr user Fimb)
From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by taliesyn30.