The February issue of Live Design includes an interview with Ian MacNeil on his multiple sets for Ibsen's A Doll's House... the scenic designer explains how he opted for a rotating series of rooms to create this figurative "doll's house" where Nora feels she is trapped, as after all, people don't live in just one room, do they? Four rooms with a central spine or corridor define the look of this award-winning British import from the Young Vic and the West End, ...

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