In less than two months, LD Peter Mumford went from zero Broadway credits to having his name on two different plays. Two of the English LD's productions came over this spring, both of them illuminating different dark corners of male-female relationships. First up was Stanley, Pam Gems' drama about English painter Stanley Spencer, which reopened the dormant Circle in the Square Theatre and presented the New York debut of Antony Sher in the title role. Then came Ibsen's A Doll's House in a ...

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