After I'm buzzed inside the front door of Theatre de la Jeune Lune's headquarters, I walk into the silent, shadowy lobby, stopping for a moment to gaze at the company's Tony Award gleaming behind glass. I walk into the bowels of the building, looking for signs of life and instead finding ghosts: the vintage Plymouth from Don Juan Giovanni, panes of green-painted Plexiglas from The Deception, the humble communal dressing rooms backstage, and the spacious kitchen and dining area that must have been the site of... More >>>