Trouble In Paradise

Nesti, Robert
March 2001
Bay Windows;3/15/2001, pN.PAG
Interviews theater director Darko Tresnjak regarding his direction of the play "Amphitryon," produced by the Huntington Theatre. Concept and theme of the theatrical play; Information on the professional career of Tresnjak; Plan by Tresnjak to integrate the elements of darkness and light in the play.


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