You currently have six shows running on Broadway — In The Heights, Jersey Boys, Avenue Q, Xanadu, Cry-Baby, and Gypsy — which is quite an accomplishment. Do you have more Broadway shows coming up, and does this busy schedule leave you time to pursue regional, national, or international projects? It was quite a busy schedule this past season. In the fall, I will be doing To Be Or Not To Be for MTC at the Biltmore, directed by Casey Nicholaw, and then designing the revival of West Side Story, ...

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