Problem Michael Yeargan's design for the Lincoln Center revival of South Pacific is more presentational than realistic, with a tropical bamboo surround and a translucency of an ocean/cloudscape horizon that grows ominous in Act Two. Mirrors on the side suggest a reach to infinity. Yet, the scenery features unconventional realistic units — sand dunes, for instance, flatbed World War II Army trucks, and an obsolete dive-bomber (TBD-1 Devastator) from Douglas Aircraft Company that ...

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