The premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White, which opens at the West End’s Palace Theatre in September 2004 (See News, 12 Dec 2003), could have a very different look than his previous musicals. We hear that director Trevor Nunn has brought designer William Dudley on board the creative team. Dudley broke award-winning ground last year in Nunn’s NT staging of Stoppard epic The Coast of Utopia and has since employed similarly impressively high-tech, 3-D projections in two further premieres – the Royal Court’s production of Terry Johnson’s Hitchcock Blonde, which transferred to the West End, and Out of Joint’s production of David Hare’s The Permanent Way, which comes to the National in January. How will the technique fare in transporting Wilkie Collins’ 17th-century thriller to the stage?