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Theater

‘Allegiance,’ Rarely-Told History Repeats Itself on Broadway

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

Along with the wonderful acting and singing, the staging of 'Allegiance' is particularly clever. Rough wood has been fashioned into sliding Japanese screens, effectively conveying the elegance of the family’s past with the austerity of their present. Projections are used at various points to add to the story and are especially effective when the characters learn of Hiroshima.

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