March is not normally the busiest month in New York theatre, but this year there was a burst of activity. Three productions in particular earned a great deal of attention and good reviews--each of them representing a distinctly different design approach. First up was the new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan Lori-Parks. The indelicately named F---ing A drew its inspiration from two different sources. In this tale of betrayal and mayhem in an unnamed colonial country, Hester Prynne from ...

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