"It all started with an old hole in the ground discovered on the 301-acre site of the Colonial Williamsburg living museum in Virginia. And then another hole, and another.
"Their spacing at eight-foot intervals was the first clue that these could be the remains of a building of some sort. There had been a public theater on the site, long ago lost to time. Was this it?"
By Peter Kelley. Read the rest of the article in the University Week, April 21, 2005.