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At Lake George stage: three quarrelsome men and a script

Ben Hecht (Jarel Davidow), left, struggles to put the finishing touches on the screenplay for “Gone With the Wind” while David O. Selznick (Jonathan Cantor), standing, and Victor Fleming (Aaron Holbritter) look on in the Lake George Dinner Theatre production of “Moonlight and Magnolias.”
Ben Hecht (Jarel Davidow), left, struggles to put the finishing touches on the screenplay for “Gone With the Wind” while David O. Selznick (Jonathan Cantor), standing, and Victor Fleming (Aaron Holbritter) look on in the Lake George Dinner Theatre production of “Moonlight and Magnolias.”
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When Terry Rabine asked Aaron Holbritter if “Moonlight and Magnolias” would be a good fit for the Lake George Dinner Theatre crowd this summer, Holbritter gave him a confident thumbs up. With one question answered, Rabine offered up another idea to Holbritter. “He asked me if I might be interested in auditioning,” said Holbritter, a Pittstown native and long-time actor/director in the Capital Region theater community. “He knew I had done it for the Theater ...

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