Valhalla: A Madcap Romp

Paul Rudnick's Valhalla is a madcap romp through two centuries: 19th-century Bavaria and 1930s-40s Texas. The stories of two gay men, King Ludwig II and James Avery of Dainsville, Texas, are intertwined with a large serving of wit. Directed fluidly by Christopher Ashley at New York Theatre Workshop in Manhattan's East Village, the designs by Thomas Lynch (sets), William Ivey Long (costumes), Mark Bennett (sound) and Kenneth Posner (lighting) help move the action and the audience

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