When Eugene Lee designs a set, he often redesigns the theatre, repositioning exits, light booths, even walls, to accommodate the play. His audiences frequently find themselves inside, on top, or under sets that don't stay put. A graduate of Robert Brustein's Yale School of Drama, where he studied with Donald Oenslager, Lee first came to international attention when he designed Slave Ship and Candide at the Chelsea Theatre Center in Brooklyn. He is perhaps best known for his adventurous ...

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