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Dana Moran Williams
Notable: Dana Moran Williams
Dana Moran Williams (Theatre) in November designed the scenery for the world premiere of Josh Ravetch's new play, One November Yankee, at the NoHo Arts Center in Los Angeles, starring Loretta Swit and Harry Hamlin. Reviews from the major national arts periodicals and newspapers have been very favorable. They include:
- "... dominates Dana Moran Williams' excellent set" - Backstage
- "One November Yankee refers to the name of the crashed plane (stunningly recreated by set designer Dana Moran Williams and placed center stage) - CultureSpot LA
- "Dana Moran Williams' excellent set piece -- an upturned Piper J-3 Cub in signature banana yellow -- neatly serves to unify the 'real' and 'artistic' worlds of the play." - Los Angeles Times.
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