Seen on Broadway: Well has a deceptively simple design to match a deceptively complicated subject. At first glance, the estimable Tony Walton seems to have fallen down on the job, as only stage left has any significant set element. Stage right, which is pretty much barren, acts as a kind of soapbox, for performance artist Lisa Kron to begin her “solo show with other people,” a “theatrical exploration” of issues of health and wellness that, she stresses, is not autobiographical. That said, ...

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