She died in 1980, but right now Mae West is the toast of New York. That's because of the new hit comedy Dirty Blonde. Claudia Shear's script follows two separate narrative tracks, tracing West's bawdy career and recounting the love story of Jo and Charlie, a pair of modern-day West fans. For this whimsical play, designer Douglas Stein came up with a whimsical set--a pink box that turns into various locations with the assistance of drops and Austrian curtains. A pink box, complete with ...

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