David Korins, set designer of ‘Hamilton,’ on creating immersive Van Gogh experience in NYC

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“Broadway Profiles” features an interview with David Korins, the Tony-nominated set designer of Broadway hits like “Hamilton,” “Beetlejuice” and more.

In addition to designing the new Drama Book Shop, he has also served as the creative director of the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit, which is on view at Pier 36 in New York City.

He spoke to Emmy-winning host Tamsen Fadal about his many projects and his experience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“When the [Broadway shutdown] happened, I was in tech rehearsal for ‘Mrs. Doubtfire.’ I think I had 27 projects that were shows running around the country in the world that all shut down,” he told Fadal. “Immersive Van Gogh is the biggest live event that’s going to happen in New York since the shutdown. It’s massive. It’s 70,000 square feet. It’s a way of signaling we’re back.”

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