Turning its focus from Stoppard to Shakespeare, Lincoln Center Theatre is tackling one of the bard's lesser-known plays, Cymbeline, from November 1 through January 6 at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre. Directed by Mark Lamos, Cymbeline has sets by Michael Yeargan, lighting by Brian MacDevitt, sound by Tony Smolenski IV and Walter Trarbach, and costumes by Jess Goldstein. “Not only have I never designed Cymbeline before, but I'd never seen it or even read it,” says Goldstein. “So it was ...
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