Theatres that include an in the round theatre is a staging with space in which the audience can sit on any side of the stage. This staging requires no stage curtain. The stage tends to be triangular, round, diamond with actors coming in and out through the audience from different directions or even from below the stage. The downside about having an in the round stage is that actors may struggle as they will be facing some of the audience at all times. Due to this the producer and director need to take a lot in to consideration regarding an equal amount of time to face every angle of the stage.