Seen on and Off Broadway: The John Lee Beatty and Peter Kaczorowski Edition: The New York Times has declared elaborate set design for musicals a thing of the past, a relic of the spendthrift aughts. With recession-defying shows like The Addams Family and Love Never Dies heading our way I see this miniaturization as more of a trend than an omen, and little doesn’t necessarily mean lax. Case in point is John Lee Beatty, whose modest setting for the Finian’s Rainbow revival underscored, rather ...

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