The Way We Live Now

This season, Off Broadway has seen an explosion of new plays by new writers, most of them examining thorny issues in contemporary life. James Vermeulen designed the lighting for two such recent productions; the structure of each play posed a number of design challenges.

Diana Son's Stop Kiss, which opened in December at the Joseph Papp Public Theatre, begins, somewhat deceptively, as a comedy about Callie and Sara, two young women in New York whose growing friendship rapidly takes on

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