Theater: Rumanian Reunion in Minneapolis

Two directors from Bucharest restage Faulkner and Figaro

Minneapolis could be the Midwest's dream of itself. Swaths of verdant farm land radiate from the Twin Cities to outlying towns, like spokes on the wheels of a bicycle built for two. The sleek skyscrapers along Nicollet Avenue support a canopy of planetarium stars in a smogless evening sky. In Loring Park, through which Mary Tyler Moore used to jog on her way to work at the WJM-TV newsroom, thousands of goldfish huddle invitingly in a sculptured pond. On a recent Saturday night, a wagon train of autos...

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