Down in New York City's East Village is the Connelly Theatre, a 19th — century proscenium opera house that for the months of January and February was transformed into a lovely netherworld of sky and wheat for Only Heaven, a musical based on the writings of Langston Hughes, a poet and fixture of the Harlem Renaissance. Erik Ulfers' set combined dark and light as the singers performed on the black-and-white-tiled, diamond-shaped stage amid surrounding rows of wheat. Black fiber-optic curtains ...

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