The actors, who for example carry around sticks that become fences or architectural pieces in their hands, are part of an environment of “clear, bold ideas” that Smith developed around War Horse. A “simple strip” of a projection screen above the stage, with stylized hand-drawn imagery that conveys the shifts in the storyline and completes some of the suggested sets also fills in the space. “They can give a ‘top’ to some of the sets, like the roof of Albert’s house, and in collaboration with ...

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