The Drowsy Chaperone opened this fall to reviews that any Broadway musical would crave (and so far this season, none have received). A show within a show, The Drowsy Chaperone takes place in a theatre enthusiast's mind, not to mention his dingy apartment, as he revels in the eponymous musical and is transported to the 1920s. “The interesting thing about designing this show is, in effect, it is an idealized vision of a 1920s musical,” says set designer David Gallo. “But you're not just ...
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