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Set designer gets Playhouse ready for summer shows

Nicollette Burton, Steven Earl-Edwards and Celeste Hudson rehearse a scene from Park Playhouse’s production of “Spamalot,” opening Friday at Albany’s Washington Park. The sets were designed by Albany native Billy Davis, who now is based in New York City.
Nicollette Burton, Steven Earl-Edwards and Celeste Hudson rehearse a scene from Park Playhouse’s production of “Spamalot,” opening Friday at Albany’s Washington Park. The sets were designed by Albany native Billy Davis, who now is based in New York City.
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When Billy Davis decided that “acting wasn’t quite my thing,” that didn’t mean he turned away from the theater. Instead, Davis, an Albany High grad, has become a set designer, and while he’s based in New York City most of the year, this summer he’s in his hometown of Albany helping Park Playhouse prepare for its 25th season in Washington Park with a production of “Spamalot,” opening Friday. “My first year here was 15 years ...


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