PROBLEM: Riccardo Hernandez's design for The Miser, a co-production of the American Repertory Theatre, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, and the Actors Theatre of Louisville, is a playground for actors. A 5'×30' apron, raked down from stage right to stage left, and a 12'×40' deck, raked in the opposite direction, ain't nothin' compared to an upstage alcove, 20'×9'. Stationary during Act One, ART technical director Steve Setterlun says, “it tips like card stock on a pencil in all directions” in Act ...

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