The entire production takes place in one space, which morphs to various locations, as allegory of the king’s life, from a visit to a fortuneteller, a night out on the town, and on to the friend’s house, where he confronts his wife. “This was the most difficult scene to come to grips with,” admits Steinberg. “It’s the one scene without the king and outside of his dream world.” The set is a smaller duplicate of the larger set (relatively speaking in ...

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