London's Lyceum Theatre, restored to its original Victorian-era splendor after a $23 million refurbishment, has reopened with The Really Useful Group's revival of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's first musical hit, Jesus Christ Superstar. John Napier's set design, based on an ancient open-air theatre in Judea, allows for 80 audience members to be seated in the set itself, in tiers around the back wall. Combined with David Hersey's lighting design, this gives the show an elemental ...

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