Two seasons ago, when Douglas Wager's production of Ah Wilderness went up on the thrust stage at the Guthrie, the Minneapolis-based theatre had not planned the seven-state tour that ends May 11. Nobody knew the show would play a variety of proscenium houses, big and small, with varying degrees of technical capability. Because the Guthrie had not saved the scenery and because the set had to be reconfigured for proscenium stages, the show required a complete rebuild. In fact, it required two. ...

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