Washington Post: NextStop’s Middletown

Suitably, for a play that seeks the wonderful in the mundane, scenic designer J.D. Madsen and lighting designer Brittany Shemuga have created a stylized suburbia that’s handsome and even luminous. Dangling over rectangles of grass in front of cookie-cutter-house silhouettes are gorgeous fluffy clouds that rise and descend, glowing with various degrees of brightness. The landscape’s neat shapes and picture-book colors have a deliberate artifice that matches the meta-theatrical touches in “Middletown,”…

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