Last February, when a piece called Theatre of Light opened Off Broadway, reviewer Anita Gates wrote that its creator, Rudi Stern, “seems to be doing something again that is completely forward-thinking. His graceful, inventive, evocative combination of light, painting, and music add up to theatre as meditation and it couldn't be needed more.” Gates recalled seeing, over 30 years ago, another piece by Stern, titled Global Village. Between those two productions, there is a picaresque tale of a ...

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