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The staging has also changed slightly since the show was in Princeton last month, since the McCarter has a proscenium stage area and the Long Wharf has a low thrust stage.
In its place is an intimate thrust stage, a sort of ramp that spills into the audience, surrounded by just a few risers and cabaret tables.
The production fits superbly on the Newhouse Theater's sunken thrust stage, while the piece plays like clockwork yet retains an impression of dangerous spontaneity.
The only thing missing — besides easy access to bathrooms, which drew some complaints from audience members — was a time-lapse video showing the towers being turned from a proscenium configuration into a theater in the round or a thrust stage.
The original was beyond rescue, and the new venue features a thrust stage, whereas the Neuhaus is a theater in-the-round.
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