A Liquid Design

Midas, a businessman in a suit, sits on a red upholstered chair that stands in a pool of water, under a crystal chandelier. He holds forth on making money while his daughter, all in white, lays on the perimeters of his world, annoying him with interruptions. He enjoins her to "be still," and this realistic complaint turns into metaphoric gold.

So begins the Lookingglass Theatre Company's production of Metamorphoses, Mary Zimmerman's exploration of Ovid's myths, which continues to tran

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