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K, I'm not sure I agree on that "more dance than drama" line (and by saying I'm not sure, I guess it's a polite way to say I disagree). They used essentially the same set (with minor changes) for Romeo and Juliet and it worked equally as well. I remember thinking in R&J how well the changes between scenes worked.


I used "dance" pretty loosely. What I was getting at is that the shifting of identities, the shuttling between households, and frothiness of what happened seemed to be essential to teh play.

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