Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical, The Woman In White, took scenic designer William Dudley back to his roots in an odd way. “I studied to be a landscape painter in the mid-1960s when the world went abstract,” he says, admitting that he fled his London art school for the comfort of the theatre. “The theatre had a real sense of social purpose in those days, with plays by Beckett and Pinter.” To create the projected scenery for The Woman In White, which is set in the Victorian era, [see full ...

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