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Shakespeare’s comedy “Twelfth Night” is ever-fresh, veteran performer declares

From left, Elizabeth Raetz as Olivia and Merrit Janson as Viola rehearse a scene from 
Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” part of the summer season at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass.
From left, Elizabeth Raetz as Olivia and Merrit Janson as Viola rehearse a scene from Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” part of the summer season at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass.
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Jonathan Croy has performed in “Twelfth Night” on three occasions and is directing it for the fifth time. Does he grow weary of the acquaintance? “I honestly believe that this is the most perfect comedy ever written,” said Croy, who is directing Shakespeare’s masterpiece at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox this summer. “Every time we go into rehearsal, we specifically try to create the play that’s in the room. Every time an actor takes on ...

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