You don't often read about theatre designers in The New York Post, but that's just what happened in August. According to Michael Riedel, the paper's theatre columnist, a controversy has erupted over the new Broadway revival of 42nd Street. Lawyers for Robin Wagner, who designed the scenery for the show's original 1980 production, have filed a letter with United Scenic Artists, suggesting that Douglas Schmidt, the revival's set designer, may have borrowed too heavily from Wagner's originals. ...

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