Design for Living, Noel Coward’s comedy about a transatlantic ménage à trois, takes the audience on the theatrical equivalent of a grand tour. Coward's three lead characters--Gilda, Otto, and Leo--arrange and rearrange themselves into differently configured relationships as they move restlessly from Paris to London to New York. Because of this, the play presents a design challenge typical of the 1930s theatre, as it requires three fully realized sets. In the play’s current Broadway ...

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