William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is a kind of playground for designers. The play's rich text and loosely defined location offer endless possibilities. Illyria has been envisioned as a bare landscape inhabited by Puritans and a Victorian county estate, among other things. Yet none of these concepts was as magical as the recent revival at Lincoln Center Theatre, directed by Nicholas Hytner. Scenic designer Bob Crowley's Illyria was a floating world, a network of islands defined by a variety ...
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