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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company banking on move to Baltimore

King Lear was busy pulling up carpet.  Brutus was brooming the floors. That was the scene on Monday as about 40 people – mostly members of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, along with their family and friends – donned work boots […]

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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company banking on move to Baltimore

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King Lear was busy pulling up carpet.  Brutus was brooming the floors. That was the scene on Monday as about 40 people – mostly members of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, along with their family and friends – donned work boots […]

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Must see theatre: Woolly Mammoth’s ‘You for Me for You’

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