Conventional wisdom about the Vivian Beaumont Theatre, located in New York's Lincoln Center, is that it is just too big. A strange cross between a proscenium and thrust space, it has a stage of seemingly limitless depth. For years, company after company struggled to make use effective use of it, only to see entire plays swallowed up in its lack of intimacy. Starting in the late 1980s, the Lincoln Center Theatre broke the curse that marked the space, with hit productions like The House of ...

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