PROBLEM Set in real time and in memory, Singing Forest would be a farce were it not tragic. In the new Craig Lucas genre-bender that premiered at the Intiman Theatre and comes to the Long Wharf in January with costumes by Elizabeth Caitlin Ward, sets by John McDermott, lights by Stephen Strawbridge, and sound by Stephen Legrand, people pretending to be who they aren't undergo extreme transformations. When significant people converge in her apartment, the protagonist hallucinates others ...

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