Every good set design is a piece of art. However, when the subject of the play is art, a set designer faces the challenge of keeping the focus on the show and not on the onstage art. Thomas Gibbons' 2003 play Permanent Collection has presented that challenge to a growing number of set designers. The latest is Maryland-based Tony Cisek, who rejoins veteran director Timothy Douglas for what must be their twentieth collaboration, a new production of the play for Bethesda, Maryland's Round ...

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