It didn’t sound like a typical project even from the start: any time-traveling play that skips back and forth from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century would give designers plenty of opportunity to be creative. But Joseph McDonough’s characters in Travels of Angelica include a young woman who sketches, and those sketches both illustrate and effect the events in the play. What’s more, director Edward Stern, producing artistic director at the Cincinnati ...

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