In the course of one week, costume designer William Ivey Long opened a pair of productions treating that eternal topic, romance, in wildly different ways. First up was Epic Proportions, Larry Coen and David Crane's farce about love on the set of a 1930s biblical epic. Plunked down somewhere in the Arizona desert, miles from any form of escape, are the cast and crew of a film made up of bits and pieces of Cleopatra, The Fall of the Roman Empire, and The Last Days of Pompeii. Off-camera, an ...

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