Given the pace he maintained in the 2007-2008 theatre season, set designer David Korins earned a summer off. Off and on Broadway, he designed the musical Passing Strange, first at the Public, then at the Belasco. At the Public, he also designed David Henry Hwang's Pulitzer Prize finalist Yellow Face and A View from 151st Street. For the Manhattan Theatre Club, there was The Receptionist and Pumpgirl; at Playwrights Horizons, Drunken City. His mock megastore set the stage for the Off Broadway ...

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