Problem In 1999, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre built a new complex on top of an underwater bridge structure on the city’s landmark Navy Pier. Some spaces offer stunning views of Lake Michigan, but the solid vertical building stands safely offshore (“Shakespeare Ahoy,” January 2000). There was no concern about flooding until CST decided to turn its thrust stage into a pool for a play set on the coast of imaginary Illyria, just after a shipwreck. Josie Rourke’s production of Twelfth Night ...

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