Metamorphosing Metamorphoses

“Water always wins; you need to let the water do what it wants,” says Daniel Ostling, scenic designer for Metamorphoses, the play writer/director Mary Zimmerman has constructed from the myths of Ovid. He should know: This is a play in which the stage is dominated by a huge pool, and in all of its various productions around the country in the last several years, the water has had nearly as much influence on the look of the show as the creative team.

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