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‘Two by Wharton’ takes short stories to stage at Mount

Ava Lindenmaier, left, is Hope Fenno, and Ariel Bock plays Mrs. Quentin in a scene from "The Quicksand," being performed by the Wharton Salon at The Mount in Lenox, Mass. (Kevin Sprague photo)
Ava Lindenmaier, left, is Hope Fenno, and Ariel Bock plays Mrs. Quentin in a scene from "The Quicksand," being performed by the Wharton Salon at The Mount in Lenox, Mass. (Kevin Sprague photo)
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Producing plays adapted from the works of Edith Wharton isn’t the easiest of theatrical endeavors, but Catherine Taylor-Williams is confident there’s an audience out there waiting and wanting to see the 1921 Pulitzer Prize winner brought to life on the stage.

And, if that stage happens to be on the grounds of The Mount, the writer’s beautiful home in the Berkshires, then Taylor-Williams figures she’s already well on her way to success.

“It’s not ...

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