Problem: Each year, the Huntington Theatre strikes a show early in its run, stores it, sets up a ceremony, and then restores the show — all in 38 hours, max. That's because of the professional theatre's affiliation with Boston University, which holds commencement exercises on its main stage each spring. In previous seasons, four easy-to-move boxes of dirt served as a floor for King Hedley II; Love's Labour's Lost involved a large tree rigged onto a track and easy to ...

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