America's leading dramatist of family dysfunction, Sam Shepard, was back in New York in September with his latest work The Late Henry Moss (produced by Off Broadway's Signature Theatre Company). Critics were mixed about the work, which had been seen in a different, longer, version in San Francisco a year earlier, but there was no question about the quality of the design, especially Christine Jones' scarily empty setting and Michael Chybowski's lighting, which accurately tracked the play's ...

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