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Curtain Call’s ‘Voices’ a bittersweet drama, director says

Dianne O’Neill Filer directs a scene for the upcoming production of “Ancestral Voices” at Curtain Call Theatre. (photo: Curtain Call Theatre)
Dianne O’Neill Filer directs a scene for the upcoming production of “Ancestral Voices” at Curtain Call Theatre. (photo: Curtain Call Theatre)
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Dianne O’Neill Filer’s long teaching career may be over, but her work in the theater is far from complete. A native of Australia, she moved to the Capital Region from Greenwich, Conn., in 2004 to teach at Doane Stuart School in Rensselaer. O’Neill Filer retired in 2007 but has kept herself busy serving in several capacities in the local theater community. Her current gig is as director of the Curtain Call production of A.R. Gurney’s ...


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