There's something wrong with an LD's world when his Broadway show has only one set and his Off Broadway gig has seven, but that's exactly the challenge that faced Rui Rita this past fall, when he took on the job of lighting two dramas that probe the darker sides of friendship and family ties. First up was Arthur Miller's The Price, revived this summer at Williamstown Theatre Festival in a production directed by James Naughton, then brought to Broadway's Royale Theatre by producer David ...

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