In Eugene O'Neill's last play, A Moon for the Misbegotten, a tenant farmer and his daughter occupy a house up on blocks. For a recent production at the Goodman in Chicago, set designer Eugene Lee found a perfect representation of such a house on a farm in Connecticut. In fact, he liked it so much, the designer wanted to move the entire structure to the Goodman stage. "He did research in New England and located a farmhouse he thought we could get," explains Goodman production manager Max ...

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