When designer Bill Dudley and his wife, director Lucy Bailey, met with producers in 2007 about a revamp of Peter Panproposed for a tent in Kensington Gardens in London, Dudley saw an opportunity to bring the vision of projected scenery he had been perfecting for five years full circle, literally. In 2002, Dudley undertook probably the most expansive use ever of theatrical projections for the premiere of Tom Stoppard’s The Coast of Utopia at the National Theatre’s open-stage Olivier ...
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