"Is it darker? I think it's stronger," the auteur Martha Clarke muses of her re-envisioning ot Garden of Earthly Delights, the epochal 1984 dance-theatre sensation that altered the face and shape of postwar American musical theatre. Clarke refers to her creative life as a kind of gardening, and admits that she's waiting for some flowerbeds to sprout-in particular, a soon-to-come collaboration with playwright Alfred Uhry and a commission to adapt Peter and the Wolf next season for Lincoln Center Theater.
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