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Greenberg play ‘The Violet Hour’ has Shakespearian feel

Barry Edelstein is director of "The Violet Hour" at Barrington Stage Company.
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Barry Edelstein is director of "The Violet Hour" at Barrington Stage Company.
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As much as he loves Shakespeare, Barry Edelstein has no problem directing the works of living playwrights. After all, when rehearsal is dragging and you’re unsure of what direction to take, the playwright might be able to provide some inspiration. “Most of my work is with playwrights who are dead. So when I get the chance to do contemporary work, I love it,” said Edelstein, who is in charge of the Barrington Stage Company production ...

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