A River Runs Through It

A French novel from 1867, a river on stage, adultery, and murder are the underpinning of Roundabout Theatre’s revival of Thérèse Raquin, produced at Studio 54 last fall. The production was notable for its use of water and a rowboat as elements of the scenography by Beowulf Boritt, who has been nominated for this year’s Tony Award for Best Scenic Design Of A Play. Tony Awards will be presented Sunday, June 12, and the Live Design Awards, at which Boritt is being honored for his innovation in scenic design on and off Broadway, will be presented Monday, June 13.

Click through the gallery for more about Boritt's design.

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