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Ideally staying away from a square or a rectangle that is (now let me see if I say this right) 1/3 as wide as it is long. And avoid high vaulted ceilings as well.

A good number is about 15' wide by around 26' long give or take a few feet. There really is no magic number. Just keep the seating at least 3 ' away from walls particularly the back wall.
Do you have the space to go with two rows of seating?
 

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Ideally staying away from a square or a rectangle that is (now let me see if I say this right) 1/3 as wide as it is long. And avoid high vaulted ceilings as well.

A good number is about 15' wide by around 26' long give or take a few feet. There really is no magic number. Just keep the seating at least 3 ' away from walls particularly the back wall.
Do you have the space to go with two rows of seating?
I have read for good accoustics don't have room dimensions that are wholly divisible by the same number. IE 12x24 or 15 x25
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