Transatlantic Triangle

December 1999 marked the centennial of Noel Coward's birth, a big event in 20th-century theatre history that was greeted, disappointingly, by very few productions of his plays. (On Broadway, there was a revival of his late, rarely seen comedy Waiting in the Wings.) One notable exception to this lamentable trend was the Delaware Theatre Company production of Coward's 1933 comedy Design for Living.

Originally conceived as a vehicle for Coward and the Lunts, Design for Living is as sophi

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