Politicians on the campaign trail aren't the only ones delving into the issue of income inequality. Over at the American Repertory Theater, they're rehearsing 'Marie Antoinette,' David Adjmi's new tragicomedy about one of history's most fascinating and fashionable one-percenters. The production features a 12-member cast, a quadrille, sheep mannequins and puppets, and lavish costumes designed by Gabriel Berry, who says the time of Marie Antoinette is "just like the age of Romney" in Laura Collins-Hughes's Globe article on the production.
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