As director Eric Schaeffer sat down to read a new version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's first less-than-fabulously-successful show, Allegro, he found “So many places. So many times. So many scenes. The only way to tell the story was to go with projections.” To that end, he brought in Michael Clark, who had designed projections for Hedwig and the Angry Inch at Schaeffer's small (136-seat) Signature Theatre in the Washington DC suburb of Arlington, VA. Clark saw that projections were essential ...

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