Seen on Broadway: Even by the high standards of design set by musicals that appear at Lincoln Center, The Light in the Piazza, at the Vivian Beaumont, is a gorgeous, glorious production that students and aficionados of theatrical design should see during its run, which is scheduled to end in early June. With seeming effortlessness the show whisks us to postwar Florence in 1953, with a brief sojourn to Rome in Act II. Every one of Michael Yeargan's sets is simply breathtaking; the photo, of ...

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